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(p. 809) 12. Licensing Agreements and Other Agreements Involving Intellectual Property Rights 

(p. 809) 12. Licensing Agreements and Other Agreements Involving Intellectual Property Rights
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(p. 809) 12. Licensing Agreements and Other Agreements Involving Intellectual Property Rights
Author(s):

Alison Jones

, Brenda Sufrin

, and Niamh Dunne

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198824657.003.0012
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date: 25 February 2021

This chapter examines some of the different types of intellectual property rights (IPRs) before outlining the relationship between intellectual property and both EU competition law and the EU free movement rules. It focuses, however, on IP licensing agreements and their treatment under Article 101. The chapter traces the development of EU competition policy to IP licensing agreements and examine the current Technology Transfer Block Exemption and the Guidelines in detail. It also examines patent settlement agreements (including pay for delay agreements), patnet pools, trade mark licences, trade mark delimitation agreements, and copyright (other than software) licences not covered by the TTBER and Guidelines.

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