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Dr Hedvig Schmidt BSc, LLM, PhD

Associate Professor in EU Law, Undergraduate Director of Programmes

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Dr Hedvig Schmidt is Associate Professor in EU Law within Southampton Law School at the University of Southampton.

BSc Business Administration and Commercial Law, (Copenhagen Business School ) 2000; LLM (European Union Law) ( Essex ) 2001, PhD (Essex) 2008. Junior Research Fellow, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, 2004-2005; Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Essex 2002-2005

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Her main fields of interest are competition law and policy (with expert knowledge of EU competition law and US antitrust), intellectual property law and European Union law. She is the author of “Competition Law, Innovation and Antitrust: An Analysis of Tying and Technological Integration” Edward Elgar 2009 and her recent speaking commitments on tying and technological integration, the intellectual property/ competition law interface issues, and the modernisation of Article 82 of the EC Treaty have included Copenhagen, Glasgow, Munich, Oslo and Singapore.

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Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS)

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    Schmidt, H. (2004). The IMS case. Paper presented at 4th CLaSF Workshop: Assessing the Boundaries: Intellectual Property and Competition Law, United Kingdom.
    Schmidt, H. (2004). Tying. The New Competition Bill and its Implications for Intellectual Property Rights, Singapore.

Undergraduate: EU Law, EC Competition Law, and Legal Method
Postgraduate: Comparative Competition Law

Dr Hedvig Schmidt
Faculty of Business, Law and Art, Building 4 University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ UK

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Telephone:(023) 8059 5667
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Email:H.K.Schmidt@soton.ac.uk

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