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Vol 23 No 2 Feb/March 2018

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Cover of The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8: 2016-2017 Legal Year

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8: 2016-2017 Legal Year

Edited by: Daniel Clarry
Price: £120.00

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Tritton on Intellectual Property in Europe 4th ed: 2nd Supplement

ISBN13: 9780414057692
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780414054271
Published: November 2016
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £105.00

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This 2nd supplement to the 4th edition brings the main work up to date with the latest legislative and case law developments.


  • Comprehensive review of amending Trade Mark Regulation (2015/2424)

  • Poland v Parliament & Council (harmonising directives, competency, TFEU, ECJ)
  • Opinion (C-3/15) (exclusive competency of EU to conclude Marrakesh Treaty)
  • Warner Lambert LLC v Generics (infringement of Swiss-style patent claims, UK)
  • Daimler AG v Együd  (trade mark infringement, liability for third party acts, ECJ)
  • Ford Motor Co v Wheeltrims (spare parts, crossover of trade marks and design law, ECJ)
  • Apple and Pear Australia v EUIPO (res judicata, EUIPO and national decisions, ECJ)
  • Irina Nikolajeva (compensation, infringing acts between publication and registration of trade mark, ECJ)
  • Viiniverla OY (GIOS, evocation, Verlados vs Calvados, ECJ)
  • Freistaat Bayern v Verlag (database right, topographical information, maps, ECJ)
  • SBS Belgium, Reha Training, GS Media (copyright, communication to the public, ECJ)
  • PMS v Magmatic (scope of protection of registered designs, UK)
  • Jorn Hansson (plant variety right, compensation, ECJ)
  • Xerox Corp v Improv Europe (exhaustion of rights, retention of title, Belgium)
  • Genentech v Hoechst (Art.101, obligation to pay royalties, revoked patent, ECJ)
  • Lundbeck v Commission (patent litigation settlement agreements, pay for delay, General Court)
  • Samsung v Unwired Planet (FRAND and Article 101, UK)
  • McFadden v Sony Music (copyright, accessory liability, E Commerce Directive, ECJ)
  • Christian Liffers (damages, copyright infringement, Enforcement Directive, ECJ)
  • United Video Properties (costs, Enforcement Directive, ECJ)
  • AGWU V Amazon (jurisdiction, fair compensation claims, ECJ)
  • Taser International (submission to jurisdiction, exclusive written jurisdiction agreements, ECJ)
  • AMS Neve v Heritage (EUTMR, jurisdiction, online advertising, UK)