PRO In-depth

The Intellectual Property and Antitrust Review

Intellectual property practitioners need to look beyond intellectual property laws themselves to understand the antitrust limits on the free exercise of rights. The task of this book is, with respect to key jurisdictions globally, to provide an annual concrete and practical overview of developments on the relationship between antitrust and intellectual property. This fourth edition provides an update on recent developments, as well as an overview of the overall existing lay of the land regarding the relationship between the two bodies of law.

 

Overviews

  • Editor's Preface

Jurisdictions

  • ArgentinaM & M Bomchil
  • AustraliaBird & Bird LLP
  • ChinaZhong Lun Law Firm
  • EcuadorFabara & Compañía Abogados
  • European UnionClifford Chance
  • FranceAllen & Overy LLP
  • GermanyBird & Bird LLP
  • IndiaAZB & Partners
  • IndonesiaBaker McKenzie
  • ItalyClifford Chance
  • JapanSidley Austin LLP
  • MexicoWhite & Case LLP
  • RussiaCMS Russia
  • SpainClifford Chance
  • SwitzerlandLenz & Staehelin
  • TurkeyELIG Gurkaynak Attorneys-at-Law
  • United KingdomBrick Court Chambers
  • USASullivan & Cromwell LLP