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A mixed year for EU design cases

2014 was a mixed year for design decisions from the Court of Justice and General Court in Luxembourg. David Stone explains how, while the Court of Justice may have scored highly with two decisions, the General Court has some way to go in its interpretation of the EU-wide legislation

Design decisions from the EU's highest courts are few and far between – few appeals from OHIM are making their way through the system, and there have been only a handful of references from member states to the Court of...

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