LES Nouvelles – March 2021

Antitrust law is intended to protect competition from unreasonable restraints, and it is generally understood as a set of rules designed to regulate a free market and to protect consumers. Patent law deals with the legal right to protect inventions and assure the right to keep others from making, using, offering for sale, selling, and importing the claimed invention. The article highlights if IP and antitrust laws should be considered as a dangerous crossroad of different competencies or a useful intersection in encouraging innovation, industry growth, and fair competition.

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