MONDAY, 12 APRIL 2010
Recent reads for trade mark types
"Licensing Lessons", by barrister Chris de Mauny (Hogarth Chambers), analyses a scheme for the licensing of sportswear trade marks as between two theoretically complementary licensees and shows how lack of foresight and failure to make specific provision for foreseeable events can lead to needless litigation.
Dr Eva Szigeti (Danubia), writing in the 35th volume of the Proceedings of the Hungarian Group of AIPPI (the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property), describes the current position in Europe and the manner in which the doctrine has been implemented in Hungarian law and dealt with by the courts in that jurisdiction.
One of the 2009 Lewis Gaze Award winners, Alexandra (Sasha) Yelnik, has had her essay "Commercial Value of Trade Marks: do Current Laws Provide Brands Sufficient Protection from Infringement?", published in the May 2010 issue of the European Intellectual Property Review. Alexandra is also a member of the Class 46 weblog team.
Posted by: Jeremy Phillips @ 17.11
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