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Roundtable: Pushing at the boundaries of protection

Novel trade marks - such as smells, sounds, shapes and colours - are popular with brand owners, but have often proved controversial when tested in Europe's courts. MIP assembled five specialists from different backgrounds to discuss how companies use these types of marks and whether the registries and courts can meet their needs

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