Journals Higher Education

Intellectual Property Rights in EU Law

Volume I: Free Movement and Competition Law

David T. Keeling

Oxford European Community Law Library

  • Clear explanation of key concepts such as 'specific subject matter', the 'existence/exercise' distinction, and exhaustion of rights
  • An exhaustive analysis of the ECJ case law on trade marks, patents, and copyright
  • will appeal to academic lawyers and practitioners alike
  • A second volume will describe the harmonization of intellectual property law undertaken at European level and the creation of unitary rights such as the Community trade mark
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