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The TRIPs Agreement and The ECJ: A New Dawn?
Some Comments About Joined Cases C-300/98 and C-392/98,
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Gaëlle Bontinck *

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* Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, Brussels, The paper was written in satisfaction of the LL.M. Written Work Requirement, in the framework of the Jean Monnet Seminar on the European Union, NAFTA and the WTO: Advanced Issues in Law and Policy, held at Harvard Law School during the spring of 2001. I wish to thank my supervisor, Professor Joseph H. H. Weiler, as well as the participants to the Jean Monnet Seminar for their useful comments that helped me develop the ideas contained in this paper. I also wish to express my deep gratitude to David Bailey for his invaluable editorial comments. This paper in up-to-date on May 1st, 2001.


© 2001 Gaëlle Bontinck


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