A practitioner and professor of trademark law himself, Professor Port relies on nearly 400 judicial opinions, books, and law review articles as well as his own translation of the as-amended Japanese Trademark Law to argue the surprisingly developed and sophisticated nature of Japanese trademark law.
Japanese Trademark Jurisprudence has three primary, controversial theses:
This work provides an important view of this largely unexamined field both for academics, particularly in the area of intellectual property, and for practitioners advising companies or persons considering competing in Japan.
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- Conceptual Origin of Japanese Trademark Jurisprudence
- Objective of Trademark System
- Acquisition of Rights
- Validity (Registrability)
- Loss of Trademark Rights
- Trademark Amendment Act of 1996