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European Trade Mark Law

  • Livre Relié
  • 796 Nombre de pages
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Zusatztext Trademark lawyers, whether UK-based or not, should ideally acquire a copy of this the first edition of this distinguished work of scholarship. Informationen zum Autor Annette Kur has been a Research Fellow in Intellectual Property and Competition Law at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law since 1980. She led the Commission-funded Trade Mark Study which has recently delivered to the European Commission its findings and proposals on the future of the European Trade Mark Law system.Martin Senftleben is Senior European Consultant in the Intellectual Property Group at Bird & Bird. He is also Chair of Intellectual Property Law at the VU University Amsterdam, and a member of the State Copyright Commission, advising the Dutch government on copyright-related questions. Klappentext A comprehensive and practical commentary which presents an integrated picture of European trade mark law, including both substantive and procedural aspects. Zusammenfassung A comprehensive and practical commentary which presents an integrated picture of European trade mark law, including both substantive and procedural aspects. Inhaltsverzeichnis Part I: Introduction; 1 Background; 2 International Law; 3 European Harmonisation; 4 Institutional and judicial framework; Part II: Substantive trade mark law; 1 How a sign becomes a trade mark; 2 Rights conferred; 3 Limitations and defenses; 4 Trade marks as objects of property; 5 Collective marks and certification marks (Article 66-74 CTMR; Article 15 TMD); Part III: Procedural Aspects: Registration, maintenance & invalidation of trade marks; 1 CTMs; 2 National trade marks; 3 Interaction between national and Community level; 4 International Registration; Part IV: Protection of distinctive signs; 1 Geographical indications, Reg. 2006/150; 2 Other signs used in the course of trade; Part V: Enforcement; 1 Measures under civil law; 2 Measures under civil law; 3 Administrative Measures; 4 Criminal Sanctions ...

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Annette Kur has been a Research Fellow in Intellectual Property and Competition Law at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law since 1980. She led the Commission-funded Trade Mark Study which has recently delivered to the European Commission its findings and proposals on the future of the European Trade Mark Law system. Martin Senftleben is Senior European Consultant in the Intellectual Property Group at Bird & Bird. He is also Chair of Intellectual Property Law at the VU University Amsterdam, and a member of the State Copyright Commission, advising the Dutch government on copyright-related questions.

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A comprehensive and practical commentary which presents an integrated picture of European trade mark law, including both substantive and procedural aspects.



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Part I: Introduction; 1 Background; 2 International Law; 3 European Harmonisation; 4 Institutional and judicial framework; Part II: Substantive trade mark law; 1 How a sign becomes a trade mark; 2 Rights conferred; 3 Limitations and defenses; 4 Trade marks as objects of property; 5 Collective marks and certification marks (Article 66-74 CTMR; Article 15 TMD); Part III: Procedural Aspects: Registration, maintenance & invalidation of trade marks; 1 CTMs; 2 National trade marks; 3 Interaction between national and Community level; 4 International Registration; Part IV: Protection of distinctive signs; 1 Geographical indications, Reg. 2006/150; 2 Other signs used in the course of trade; Part V: Enforcement; 1 Measures under civil law; 2 Measures under civil law; 3 Administrative Measures; 4 Criminal Sanctions

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Titre: European Trade Mark Law
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Code EAN: 9780199680443
ISBN: 0199680442
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Droit international
nombre de pages: 796
Poids: 1643g
Taille: H251mm x B174mm x T53mm
Année: 2017

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