Readership: Specialist competition and intellectual property academics and practitioners in the UK and Europe.
Edited by Steven Anderman, Professor of Law, The University of Essex, and Ariel Ezrachi, Director of the Center for Competition Law and Policy, University of Oxford, Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford
Ariel Ezrachi is the Director of the Centre for Competition Law and Policy at the University of Oxford. He is the Slaughter and May lecturer in Competition Law and a Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. He has published widely in the area of competition law and policy. He is the author and editor of numerous books, including EU Competition Law, An Analytical Guide to the Leading Cases (2nd edn 2010) and Private Labels, Brands, and Competition Policy (2009).
Steven Anderman is Professor of Law at Essex University. He has a special interest in the interface between Intellectual Property and Competition. He has widely lectured and published in the area. Recent speaking commitments on Microsoft have included Oxford University, Stockholm and Rome. He has worked as Expert on Competition Law for the Economic and Social Committee of the EU since 1984 and has advised both the Singapore (2004) and Chinese (2007) Governments on the IP consequences of their competition laws.
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1: Steven Anderman: The IP and Competition Interface: New Developments
2: Rudolph JR Peritz: Competition within Intellectual Property Regimes - The Instance of Patent Rights
3: Cecilo Madero Villarejo and Thomas Kramler: Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Rules, a Complex but Indispensable Coexistence?
4: Mariateresa Maggiolino: The Economics of Antitrust and Intellectual Property Rights
5: Ariel Ezrachi: Competition Law Enforcement and Refusal to Licence - The Changing Boundaries of Article 102 TFEU
6: John Kallaugher: Existence, Exercise and Exceptional Circumstances: The Limited Scope for a More Economic Approach to IP Issues under Article 102 TFEU
7: Ian Forrester and Katrazyna Czapraca: Compulsory Licensing in European Competition Law: The Power of the Adjective
8: Josef Drexl: Refusal to Grant Access to Trade Secrets as an Abuse of Market Dominance
9: Hedvig Schmidt: Competition Law and Innovation - Technological Integration
10: Hedvig Schmidt: Margin Squeezes in Telecommunications Markets
11: Simon Priddis and Simon Constantine: Pharmaceutical Sector, Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Law in Europe
12: Pat Treacy and Sophie Lawrance: Intellectual Property Rights and Out of Court Settlements
13: Andreas Heinemann: Intellectual Property Rights and Market Integration
14: Alden Abbott and Nicholas Kim: Standard Setting Under Section 5 of the FTC Act
15: Michael Carrier: Standard-Setting Analysis Under US Law
16: Philippe Chappatte and Paul Walter: European Competition Law, Non-Practising Entities and FRAND Commitments
17: Roger G. Brooks and Damien Geradin: Taking Contracts Seriously: The Meaning of the Voluntary Commitment to Licence Essential Patents on "Fair and Reasonable" Terms
18: Stefan Enchelmaier: Hardcore Restrictions in Technology Transfer Agreements under Regulation (EC) No 772/2004
19: Kevin J Arquit: Canaries in the Coal Mine: Has Neo-Classical Economics Lost Ground at the Intersection of IP Licensing and Antitrust Law in the United States?
20: Vladimir Bastidas Venegas: Shifting towards a dynamic efficiency test? Evaluating licensing agreements under antitrust law