Europe’s march towards harmonization
Thanks to parallel imports, distinctiveness and retail goods, it has been another busy year for Europe’s trade mark courts. Jeremy Phillips reviews the most significant cases of 1999
Last year's round-up of choice trade mark cases from Europe
was dominated by pronouncements from Luxembourg and Alicante.
From Luxembourg come the rulings of the European Court of
Justice (ECJ) while Alicante provides the platform from which
Community trade mark...
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