Community Trademark Regulation

A Commentary

Edited by: Gordian Hasselblatt

The European Union's Community Trade Mark (CTM) system gives its proprietor a uniform right applicable in all Member States on the strength of a single procedure which simplifies trademark policies at European level. The European Designs Convention harmonizes the requirements for registered design protection in EU Member States and was incorporated into UK law in December 2001. Together, these two instruments provide far-reaching and powerful intellectual property protection for designers, manufacturers, and innovators. This book provides a detailed commentary on the two Conventions, explaining their legal force and significance. It will be of interest to practitioners working in the field of copyright, patents, and trademark law. (Series: Hart Studies in Comparative Public Law) [Subject: European Law, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trademark Law]

800 pages

Publication Date: 8/27/2015
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781849463621

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