Law against unfair competition : towards a new paradigm in Europe?
Annotation This book examines the present state of harmonization of unfair competition law in Europe. It discusses the particular approach to unfair competition law in the 10 new Member States and the possible impact on the future development of European unfair competition law. The book presents new insight in the importance of unfair competition law, especially in countries with a developing market economy
Print Book, English, 2007
Springer, Berlin, 2007
Kongress Budapest 2005
x, 271 pages ; 24 cm
9783540718819, 9783642090967, 9783540718826, 3540718818, 3642090966, 3540718826
The Law Against Unfair Competition and Its Interfaces.- International Unfair Competition Law.- Protection Against Unfair Competition at the International Level — The Paris Convention, the 1996 Model Provisions and the Current Work of the World Intellectual Property Organisation.- The Law Against Unfair Competition and the EC Treaty.- The ECJ’s Case Law on Unfair Competition.- Secondary Unfair Competition Law.- The Unfair Commercial Practices Directive.- Belgian Report: Example of an Integrated Approach.- Brief Report on Italian Unfair Competition Law.- The Scandinavian Model of Unfair Competition Law.- Unfair Competition Law in the United Kingdom.- The Legal Framework of Unfair Market Practices in Hungary.- The Law Against Unfair Competition in the Czech Republic.- The Legal Regulation of Unfair Competition in the Slovak Republic.- Unfair Competition Law in Slovenia.- Poland: Unfair Competition Law.- Unfair Competition Law in the Baltic States.
Based on a conference entitled "The law against unfair competition in the new member states: impulses for Europe?" held in Budapest on June 16-18, 2005