Trade Mark Litigation - Jurisdictional Comparisons 2nd ed.

Trade Mark Litigation - Jurisdictional Comparisons 2nd ed.

By Thierry Calame, Massimo Sterpi

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$411.00 RRP

Date: 13/09/2013

Code: 9780414027398

Sweet & Maxwell, UNITED KINGDOM

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Description

Due to the success of the first edition, published in 2008, Thierry Calame of Lenz & Staehelin and Massimo Sterpi of Jacobacci & Associati have agreed to lead the second edition of Trade Mark Litigation - jurisdictional comparisons.

This title:

  • Explains the latest legislation and precedents involving trade mark litigation in over 30 jurisdictions
  • Adopts a country-by-country approach, with content provided by expert practitioners from each of the jurisdictions, following a common format to allow straightforward comparisons
  • Takes into account the enormous expansion of digital commerce and the growing roles of trade mark registration in fighting abuses on the internet
  • Answers such questions as ‘can I oppose or cancel this trade mark?’ in a particular country, and the basis for taking such action – like national or supranational rights, and the procedures for doing so
  • Sets out each country’s courts and administrative system
  • Looks at the available enforcement options
  • Goes through civil court procedure
  • Indentifies the available remedies
  • Covers trade mark enforcement against metatag
  • Examines unjustified threats of trade mark infringement
  • Looks at conflicts between trade mark and domain name

“As we experience in our practice, there is an increasing demand for advice regarding trademarks issues, also taking into account the enormous expansion of digital commerce and the growing roles of trademark registration in fighting abuses on the Internet. The new book will focus on and contain the most up-to-date legislation and precedent concerning all these developments.”

From the General Editors’ letter

“The essentials are presented in a easy to read, thoughtful, clear and concise manner. Starting with the basic questions which we all face, like ‘can I oppose or cancel this trade mark’ in a particular country, the basis for taking such action – like national or supranational rights and the procedures for doing so, are here at your fingertips”.

From Preface to 1st Edition by Scott E. Thompson, former Vice-President, Global Trademarks, GlaxoSmithKleine

Table of Contents

• Sources of Law
• Court and Administrative System
• Substantive Law
• Parties to Litigation
• Enforcement Options
• Procedure In Civil Courts
• Final Remedies
• Preliminary Relief

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