Dan Eklöf specialises in Intellectual Property law and Competition law and he has extensive experience of research and providing advice in these fields.
In 2004, his doctoral thesis was submitted before the Faculty of Law, Stockholm University. Subsequently, he has been a visiting scholar to Yale Law School and the University of Oxford. In the IP field, the focus is copyright law but he also works with patents, trademarks and design, where he engages in drafting and negotiating licence contracts, providing advice, and in litigation. In Competition law, Dan Eklöf’s main task is providing advice, following the prohibition of anti-competitive agreements and abuses of a dominant position.
He has a special competence in European Union law, in particular its implications for Intellectual Property and Antitrust. In 2008, he was appointed Associate Professor (Docent) in EU Law at Stockholm University, where he also lectures.