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ECJ decisions reveal tension over registrability

In MIP's annual review of European trade mark case law, Ilanah Simon examines how the ECJ has considered registrability issues when faced with new types of trade mark, and argues that recent judgments reveal some fault-lines in the court's jurisprudence

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