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How the EU Copyright Directive could affect trade marks

Patrick Wingrove, London


Speakers at the MARQUES annual conference analysed how the European copyright legislation could raise challenges for brand owners and benefit the furniture industry. They delved into amendments made to the directive draft voted through last week

The EU Parliament voted to adopt an amended version of the Digital Single Market Copyright Directive last week that will soon go through trialogue negotiations between the EU Council, Commission and Parliament. When negotiations are finished, the parliament will vote...


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