To Be and Not to Be an IPR – the Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU

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To Be and Not to Be an IPR – the Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU. / Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen; Riis, Thomas.

I: European Intellectual Property Review, Bind 41, Nr. 7, 2019, s. 401-403.

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Schovsbo, JH & Riis, T 2019, 'To Be and Not to Be an IPR – the Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU', European Intellectual Property Review, bind 41, nr. 7, s. 401-403.

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Schovsbo, J. H., & Riis, T. (2019). To Be and Not to Be an IPR – the Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU. European Intellectual Property Review, 41(7), 401-403.

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Schovsbo JH, Riis T. To Be and Not to Be an IPR – the Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU. European Intellectual Property Review. 2019;41(7):401-403.

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Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen ; Riis, Thomas. / To Be and Not to Be an IPR – the Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU. I: European Intellectual Property Review. 2019 ; Bind 41, Nr. 7. s. 401-403.

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