Community Trade Mark Law
Focusing on issues of practical relevance for practitioners, the chapters cover such aspects of Community trade mark law as the following: ;
- OHIM’s procedure for registration;
- the appeals system (OHIM’s Boards of Appeals, the EGC, and the ECJ);
- trade mark strategies;
- absolute and relative grounds for refusal;
- three-dimensional trade marks;
- non-registered national trade marks and registration in bad faith;
- trade marks with a reputation;
- acquired distinctiveness;
- trade mark functions and use as a trade mark;
- limitations of exclusivity;
- nature and extent of genuine use;
- grounds for revocation and invalidity;
- transfer of trade marks and licensing;
- national trade mark courts.
Also covered are the pending and proposed amendments to the Trade Mark Regulation and the Trade Mark Directive.
This book covers in depth the practical applications of this important and much-used body of law. It will be of enormous value and benefit to company lawyers, attorneys, trade mark attorneys, and anyone else dealing with trade mark law, whether on a Community level or nationally.
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List of Abbreviations.
CHAPTER 1 Introduction.
CHAPTER 2 The Importance and Functions of Trade Marks.
CHAPTER 3 OHIM and the Appeals System.
CHAPTER 4 Trade Mark Strategy.
CHAPTER 5 Absolute Grounds for Refusal.
CHAPTER 6 Relative Grounds for Refusal and Trade Mark Infringements.
CHAPTER 7 Limitations of Exclusivity.
CHAPTER 8 Genuine Use.
CHAPTER 9 Grounds for Revocation and Invalidity.
CHAPTER 10 Priority, Seniority, Alteration, Renewal, Restitutio in Integrum, and Conversion.
CHAPTER 11 Collective Marks, Certification Marks, and Guarantee Marks.
CHAPTER 12 Transfer.
CHAPTER 13 National Trade Mark Courts, Injunctions, Provisional Measures, and Sanctions.
Table of Cases.
Table of Articles.