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EU trade mark reform at a glance

James Nurton, London

The so-called trilogue comprising the European Parliament, Commission and Council have agreed a deal on EU trade mark reform. But with details still sketchy, Managing IP analyses what is clear and what is still to be revealed

The deal was announced yesterday afternoon, with each participant posting a statement (see European Parliament and EU Council back European Commission trade mark reform package, Trade marks reform: Presidency secures provisional agreement and Modernising trade mark legislation: MEPs strike deal...

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