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Competition Law and Intellectual Property in China

Editat de Spyros Maniatis, Ioannis Kokkoris, Xiaoye Wang
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The edited volume will adopt a thematic approach to some controversial issues in the area of competition law and IP in China and will include contributions from leading academics and practitioners. The combination of the editors as well as the contributors' expertise on competition and IP law, and their practical experience and perspectives, guarantees that the book will present a high quality up to date, detailed analysis of the different perspectives that thesejurisdictions take in the enforcement of competition and IP law. The volume discusses the current trends as well as the future challenges of the enforcement in these areas. The book aims to further the understanding of these controversial and fast paced issues by offering insights and recommendations on the basis of a comprehensive and thoughtful analysis. It therefore aims to become the ultimate point of reference to scholars, law and policy makers, and other stakeholders.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780198793526
ISBN-10: 0198793529
Pagini: 336
Dimensiuni: 164 x 236 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Professor Ioannis Kokkoris holds a Chair in Law and Economics at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, UK. He is an expert on competition law and economics. His main research interests are in the area of law and economics, comparative competition law/economics and policy focusing on EU, China and ASEAN, as well as intellectual property. Professor Kokkoris has formerly served as Principal Case Officer/Economic Advisor in the Mergersbranch at the Office of Fair Trading, UK where he dealt with leading cases such as NASDAQ/LSE, NYSE/Euronext, Global/GCap and was a member of the drafting team of the UK Merger Guidelines. He has also worked on abuse of dominance cases as well as cartels and other anticompetitive agreements cases. Hehas previously served as an Economist in the Merger Task Force at the DG Competition-European Commission.Professor Spyros Maniatis is Professor of Intellectual Property and Director of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London. He is co-author of "Trade Marks, Trade Names, and Unfair Competition World Law and Practice" and "Trade Marks in Europe: a Practical Jurisprudence". Professor Maniatis is a lawyer, academic and IP specialist who works closely with IP practitioners and whose primary area of expertise is international and European trade mark law. He has beenteaching trade mark law since 1995 at a postgraduate level (for example, he teaches the LL.M. in International and Comparative Law of Trade Marks, Designs and Unfair Competition at Queen Mary along with David Llewellyn, a solicitor and editor of Kerly's Law of Trade Marks and Trade Names). He haspublished many articles and has contributed parts or chapters to several works on IP law. Professor Xiaoye Wang holds a Doctor Juris from University Hamburg in 1993, and is Professor of Law at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and Distinguished Professor at Hunan University. She serves as Vice President of the Chinese Society of Economic Law, Consultant Expert for the Anti-Monopoly Commission under the State Council, and was advisor for the Drafting Committee of the China's AML under the State Council and the National People's Congress(NPC), and the Head of the ConsultantCommittee for WTO Trade and Competition Policy under MOFCOM.Dr. Cristina Volpin (Associate Editor) is as a Competition Expert at the OECD, Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs. She was previously an associate lecturer and research fellow in competition law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London. She contributed to various international projects, including the study on the review of the European Merger Regulation regarding minority shareholdings. She is guest editor of the Antitrust Bulletin and she haspublished in the Common Market Law Review and other leading journals. She was a Visiting Research student at UCL. She graduated in Law from the University of Padua and holds a Ph.D. in EU Competition Law from the same University.