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IPPT19680229, ECJ, Parke Davis
Exercising Dutch patent possible against import products from Italy, where (at the time) no patent registration was possible - Prohibition on cartels does not apply to mere existence or exercise of right, except in case of an agreementor concerted practice - Difference in price does not necessarily constitute abuse of a dominant position. 


IPPT19660713, ECJ, Grundig v Consten
Exercising trademark rights in order to set obstacles for parallel imports, is not in accordance with the community rules on competition - Agreement concerning national registration GINT trademark, which result in unlawful obstacles for parallel imports, is prohibited under the EC Treaty.