Chillin'Competition

Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Terrorist Competition Law

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… is the reaction that  I triggered from a participant at the APRAM’s conference yesterday. See my presentation below. A paper on trademarks and competition law is in the making.

The APRAM is a famous French association that gathers practitioners active in trademarks and designs law.

And now a question: will the French APRAM urge international colleagues to start bombing raids over the Institute for European Legal Studies?

Présentation APRAM – N PETIT (21 03 11)

Written by Nicolas Petit

22 March 2011 at 11:42 am

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  1. See also Lunney, G., ‘Trademark Monopolies’, Emory Law Journal Vol. 48 (1999), p. 367, where the author considers the recent progress of property-based approach in legislation and case-law as harmful from the competition policy point of view as it enables the proprietors of well-known trade marks to gain monopoly rent without any real benefits to consumers.

    Cédric

    25 March 2011 at 9:39 am


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