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Community Trade Marks
The first Community Trade Marks were granted in September 1997,
nearly 18 months after applications were first accepted in April
A national database has been launched to assist trading standards
authorities across the country in pursuing counterfeiters...
ZINC restaurant case
Sir Terence Conran, restaurateur and proprietor of a registered
trade mark for ZINC (unused at the time of the action) succeeded...
The practice of hijacking Internet domain names has finally been
the subject of a full English Court decision. In a case brought by
The European Parliament voted, on 13 May, in favour of the
Council's common position, without amendments, on the proposed
Directive on the approximation...
The European Commission has intervened in the Danish Tennis
Federation's sponsorship agreement with its tennis ball suppliers.
This is the first time...
The ECJ has ruled that EU competition law does not allow a supplier
established in a Member State to impose on a distributor in a
territory outside the...
The Council and the European Parliament have
adopted a Directive (97/55) on comparative advertising. The
Directive aims to harmonise...
Ban on tobacco advertising?
Opposition among European governments to an EU-wide
ban on tobacco advertising seems to be fading following
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