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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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A new edition is due, details can be seen here:
Trade Mark Licensing 3rd ed isbn 9780414052666

Trade Mark Licensing 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780421636309
ISBN: 0421636300
New Edition ISBN: 9780414052666
Published: January 2005
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £399.00



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Trade Mark Licensing provides a completely rounded perspective on the subject, integrating discussion of legal concepts with extensive advice on practical concerns. The new edition has been completely updated, including expanded sections on the EU dimension of trade mark licensing, merchandising, certification marks, and taxation (including treatment under US law).

A practical, hands-on guide for day-to-day work Discusses the impact of TRIPS to trade mark licensing Includes new chapters on German, French and Benelux law Deals with trade mark licensing aspects of the Internet

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Trade Mark Licensing: A Subject Worthy of Separate Treatment.
Trade Mark Licensing and the Functions of a Trade Mark.
From the Registered User System to the Registration of Licensees.
Licensing in the United States: The Concept of a Related Company.
Quality Control.
Trade Marks and Distribution.
Other Authorised Third Party Uses of a Trade Mark.
Consent and Delimitation Agreements
No Challenge Clauses and Licensee Estoppel.
The Trade Mark License Agreement:
The Interrelationship between the Proprietary and the Contractual.
Oral, Implied and Constructive Trade Mark Licenses.
Termination and Best Endeavours.
Trade Mark Licensing under EU Competition Law.
EU Law and the Enforcement and Exploitation of Rights under a Trade Mark Licence.
A French Law View of Trade Mark Licensing.
A German Law Perspective of Trade Mark Licensing.
Collateral Aspects of Trade Mark Licensing.
Annotated Sample Trade Mark Licensing Agreement.