A swift glance at national trade mark decisions in Europe in the past year shows no real pattern, as local legal culture peeps out from under the blanket of harmonization, argues Jeremy Phillips
In previous years it has usually been easy to spot trends in
trade mark case law across Europe. This is because the European
Court of Justice (ECJ), giving rulings on harmonized national
trade mark rules and hearing key appeals in...
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