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Welcome to the European trade mark

After five years of consultation and preparation, Europe has a set of final proposals to modernise its trade mark system. They have been welcomed as clear and sensible, but the issues are so wide-ranging that some changes will inevitably cause problems. James Nurton and Simon Crompton

It's taken a long time, but the proposals for reforming the trade mark system in Europe have finally been seen. The results are not as controversial as they could have been, but still propose some fundamental changes to the Community...

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