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IP and Competition Law: The Battle of The Titans

Issued: January 01 2011

In the first of its Intellectual Property & Competition Law Luncheon seminars, Baker & McKenzie lawyers Isabella Liu and Martin Commons discussed the clash between IP rights and competition law in Hong Kong and China, some of the anti-competition activities commonly encountered by IP owners, and the interplay between IP rights and competition law in the context of commercial transactions and IP protection. Darren Barton reports from Hong Kong.

 

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