Unfair Competition Law: The Protection of Intellectual and Industrial Creativity

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Table of Cases

European Union
Centrafarm BV and De Pe-ijper v. Sterling Drug Ing. (Case 15/74) [ 1974] ECR 1147, [ 1974] 2 CMLR 480 117
Ciné Vog Films v. CODITEL(Compagnie Généale pour la Diffusion de la Télévision) (Case 62/79) [ 1980] ECR 881, [ 1981] 2 CMLR.362 117-18
CODITEL (Compagnie Générale pour la Diffusion de la Télévision) v. Ciné Vog Films (No 2) (Case 262/81) [ 1982] ECR 3381, [ 1983] 1 CMLR 49 118
Commercial Solvents Corp. and Istituto Chemioterapico Italiano SpA v. EC Commission (Cases 6-7/72) [ 1974] ECR 224, [ 1974] 1 CMLR 309 118-19
Consorzio Italiano della Componentistica di Ricambio per Antoveicoli (CIRCA) and Maxicar v. Régie Nationale des Usines Renault (Case 53/87) [ 1988] ECR 6039, [ 1990] 4 CMLR 265 117
Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft GmbH v. Metro-SB-Großmärkte GmbH & Co. KG (Case 78/70) [ 1971] ECR 487, [ 1971] 1 CMLR 631 116
Eurofix-Bauco v. Hilti AG (Cases 30/787 and 31/488) [ 1989] 4 CMLR 677 117
Etablissements Consten SA & Grundig-Verkaufs-GmbH v. EC Commission (Case 56/64) [ 1966] ECR 299, [ 1966] CMLR 418 116
Hilti AG v. EC Commission (Case C-53/92P) ( 1992]4 CMLR 16 117
Hoffmann-La Roche & Co. AG v. Centrafarm Vertriebsgesellschaft Pharmazeutischer Erzeugnisse GmbH (Case 102/77) [ 1978] ECR 1139, [ 1978] CMLR 217 117
Hoffmann-La Roche & Co. AG v. EC Commission (Case 88/76) [ 1979] ECR 461, [ 1979] 3 CMLR 211 117
Parke Davis & Co. v. Probel (Case 24/67) [ 1968] ECR 55, [ 1968] CMLR 54 116
Radio Telefis Eireann and Independent Television Publications v. EC Commission (Cases C-241 and 242/91) [ 1995] ECR I-743 116-19
United Brands Co. and United Brands Continental BV v. EC Commission (Case 27/76) [ 1973] ECR 215 116
Volvo AB v. Erik Veng (UK) Ltd (Case 237/87) [ 1988] ECR 6211, [ 1989] 4 CMLR 122 117-18

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