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- Is a a resolution of conflicts clause always conclusive in a "battle of the forms" scenario?
- Do you have a pro-supplier agreement to supply and install coupon readers (loan agreement for electronic equipment) and other agreements?
- How widely should you interpret the right to settle a claim under an IP indemnity clause?
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A summary of the changes to the trade mark laws of member states that are to be introduced under Directive (EU) 2015/2436.
- EU General Court rejects argument that appeal documents were not filed on time due to technical failure of EUIPO system
- EU General Court finds likelihood of confusion between figurative "SHOP ART" and "art" trade marks for clothing
- High Court holds letter threatening EU trade mark infringement proceedings due to German subsidiary's activities did not make unjustified threats in UK
- Court of Appeal dismisses appeals against rejection of judicial review challenge to tobacco branding restrictions
- High Court ruling in trade mark and passing off dispute over TITANIC marks
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This must-have text offers a succinct and comprehensive explanation of the key issues surrounding the ‘Classic Trinity’ of goodwill, damage and misrepresentation. This new edition is fully updated with the latest case law in the UK and Commonwealth, renowned for its clear analysis of the law this is the essential reference on the subject of passing-off.
The only book dedicated to the inner workings of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC), this is a must-have for seeking guidance on the key features and relevant materials of the court. This title helps clarify the court’s procedures, outlining the most appropriate options for cost-effective dispute resolution. It also advises on pre-action matters and applicable special considerations, allowing you to determine whether the IPEC is the right forum for your case.