This Article explores the S.A. CNL-Sucal NV v. Hag GF AG (“Hag II”) judgment of October 17, 1990, of the Court of Justice of the European Communities and how the decision offers an opportunity to elaborate on the role of consent in reconciling the principle of the free movement of goods with the existence of national intellectual property rights in European Community law.
Anna Lo Monaco,
The Role of Consent and Consumer Protection in Reconciling Articles 30 and 36 in Hag I and Hag II,
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