Trade Mark in UK Law
- Trade Mark Licensing and the Bostitch Decision
- Trade Mark Infringement as a Criminal Offence
The Consumer as the Empirical Measure of Trade Mark Law
Although consumer responses to signs and symbols lie at the heart of trade mark law, courts blow hot and cold on the relevance of empirical evidence – such as surveys and experiments – to establish...
ARTISAN : a prototype retrieval system for trade mark images
Before a trade mark can be registered at the UK Patent Office, registrars need to ensure it isn't confusingly similar to any of 300,000 existing marks in the Registry's database. Many trade marks t...
From Brand Performance to Consumer Performativity: Assessing European Trade Mark Law after the Rise of Anthropological Marketing
Since the 2009 CJEU decision in L'Oréal v. Bellure, the idea that a brand's image is the property of the trade mark owner has become increasingly entrenched within European trade mark law. Brand im...
- Ilanah Fhima and Dev S. Gangjee, The Confusion Test in European Trade Mark Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, 278 pp, hb £125.00.
- Trade Unions and Workplace Training: Issues and International Perspectives, edited by Richard Cooney and Mark Stuart , Routledge, New York, 2012, 200 pp., ISBN 978 0 415 44334 0, £85.00, hardback.
China's new silk road gets off the mark: the landmark $1 trillion one belt, one road initiative looks set to reshape global trade, but will Africa benefit?
...With its placid waters, expansive lakeside villas and towering mountains, the plush resort of Yanqi Lake offers an unassuming location from which to launch China's bid for international hegemony. Against this bucolic backdrop, African leaders joined ......
UK brings a new focus to Africa: The visit of British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt to five African countries in April could mark the beginning of renewed efforts to cultivate trade with the continent.
...Visits to five African countries in five days may not allow much time to make a meaningful or lasting impression, but for UK foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt, a whistle-stop April tour to Nigeria, Senegal, Ethiopia, Ghana and Kenya was a chance to keep ......
Commercial satellite imagery: CI, KM, and trade secret law
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the implications of remote surveillance or satellite imagery as they relate to trade secret law, knowledge management, and competitive intelligence....
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