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The Education Team has prepared a list of publications available, in the field of intellectual property with specific reference to trade marks.   If you would like to add to this list please send details of the relevant publication, preferably with a short summary or review to info@marques.org
 
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Recommended Reading: Sweden

Ny varumärkeslag och ändringar I firmalagen – Slutbetänkande av Varumärkeskommittén (The New Trade Mark Law and amendments of the Company Law – Final comments by the Trade Mark Committee)    (Sweden)

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ISBN: 9138214318
Author: Statens Offentliga Utredningar SOU 2001:26
Publisher:   Fritzes Offentliga Publikationer
 
Published in Swedish (with short summary in English)

This relates to the new Swedish trade mark law (which has been expected to come into force for some years but is now expected by the end of 2006). In addition to the new law itself, the publication contains comments on the new law as well as a comparison betweent he Swedish trade mark law and the corresponding Nordic laws (Danish, Finnish and Norwegian).
     
 

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