Essays about: "the market definition in competition law"

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  1. 1. Trade Mark Law and the Concept of Bad Faith : A fair balance between the protection of exclusive rights conferred on the proprietor and free access to the European market?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Mariia Shipilina; [2020]
    Keywords : bad faith; bona fide intention to use; fair balance; freedom to conduct a business; free-riding; good faith; re-filing; subjective intention; trade marks; use requirements;

    Abstract : The purpose of the research is the analysis of the concept of bad faith in the sphere of trade marks from the perspective of a fair balance of different interests of the trade mark proprietor and other undertakings in the European market. On the one hand, the starting point of European trade mark law is the protection of exclusive rights conferred on the owner of a registered mark. READ MORE

  2. 2. How to protect the environment without infringing the competition: A study on environmental vertical agreements in theory and in practice

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten

    Author : Alicia Grethes; [2020]
    Keywords : Environment; competition law; vertical agreements; vertikala avtal; miljöavtal; miljöskydd; konkurrensrätt; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : As humanity is facing its biggest challenge ever – the climate crisis – it is now more important than ever that environmental protection is integrated in all parts of the European Union. Environmental protection is considered a main objective of the EU. READ MORE

  3. 3. Law-abiding algorithms: How Big Data and AI challenges the competitive system

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten

    Author : Anja Siöstedt; [2019]
    Keywords : EU law; företagsekonomi; konkurrensrätt; competition law; law and economics; law; algorithms; algorithmic pricing; Artificial intelligence; Big Data; pricing algorithms; collusion; cartel; express collusion; tacit collusion; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : I denna uppsats analyseras prissättningsalgoritmer för att undersöka hur de kan skapa nya sätt för företag att ägna sig åt kartellverksamhet. För att svara på frågan hur nuvarande konkurrensrättslig lagstiftning i EU kan appliceras på algoritmisk kartellbildning, studeras definitionen av de tre formerna av karteller i art. 101(1) FEUF. READ MORE

  4. 4. Multiple Sides, Multiple Challenges : The Need for a Uniform Approach in Defining the Relevant Product Market in Abuse of Dominance Cases on Multi-Sided Markets

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Jacob Giesecke; [2018]
    Keywords : Multi-sided markets; multi sided markets; multisided markets; two-sided markets; two sided market; multi-sided platforms; platform; platforms; abuse of a dominant position; google shopping; google search; market definition; relevant product market; google; flersidiga marknader; tvåsidiga marknader; missbruk av dominerande ställning; dominans; marknadsavgränsning; relevant produktmarknad; plattformar; google search; google shopping; google;

    Abstract : The study shows that multi-sided markets pose difficulties when the relevant product market is to be defined. These difficulties pertain to two questions. The first question is whether one or several markets should be defined. In this regard, it is not easy to extract a coherent method from the cases examined. READ MORE

  5. 5. End of a blockbuster? – Preventing evergreening of pharmaceutical patents under EU competition law

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Maria Dürnel; [2017]
    Keywords : EU competition law; EU law; Article 102 TFEU; abuse of dominant position; evergreening; patent law; patent strategies; patents; pharmaceuticals; pharmaceutical industry; pharmaceutical sector inquiry; market definition; blockbuster drugs; generic competition; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The pharmaceutical industry is dependent on the granting of patents. Patents make it possible for pharmaceutical companies to invest in the necessary R&D to bring new drugs to the market. This benefits consumers and the health care sector at large. READ MORE