LL.D., Professor Tuomas Mylly did his first LL.M. at University of Turku, Faculty of Law and the second at Stockholm University, Sweden (EU Law). He is currently a Professor of European Economic Law at the University of Turku. His LL.D.-thesis discussed informational power related to intellectual property (IP) and competition law from the perspective of European constitutionalism. He has published internationally in leading publications e.g. on fundamental rights and IP in Europe, constitutional effects of the EU’s IP treaties and constitutional challenges of the EU’s major patent reform. He has collaborated in workshops and book projects with e.g. Max Planck Institute in Munich, Oxford University, Queen Mary University of London and CEIPI institute (Strasbourg University). He is in charge (Principal Investigator) of the Constitutional Hedges of Intellectual Property project.
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