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11 May 2018
Cooperation not tension | Maria Demina, Intellectual Property Magazine

Associate Maria Demina reviews whether competition law may assist policymakers in remedying patent law flaws.

The interplay between the patent monopoly and efficient market competition is a controversial topic and has been a cornerstone of multiple discussions for a long time. While it is common to antagonise patent and competition laws, there is a wellgrounded reason to regard them as complementary sets of legal rules.

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