A busy year in Europe's courts
Jeremy Phillips reviews the most important and interesting cases from courts in the EU member states during the past year, and examines what lessons trade mark owners can learn from them
With another 10 countries joining the European Union this month,
prospects for national trade mark litigation are looking rosy.
Although the accession states are certainly familiar with the basic
principles of European trade mark harmonization as well as the
operation of the Community trade...
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