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Vol 24 No 10 Oct/Nov 2019

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Contentious Trade Mark Registry Proceedings

ISBN13: 9781999831714
Published: March 2018
Publisher: The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £190.00

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A new comprehensive guide to contentious trade mark registry proceedings has been published by The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA).

Authored by Michael Edenborough QC, the book is the only guide devoted to the practice and procedure of contentious matters before the United Kingdom Trade Marks Registry.

The work covers contested ex parte applications, inter partes oppositions, revocation and invalidity proceedings, rectification applications and subsequent appeals to the Appointed Person or the High Court of England and Wales. Designed primarily as a guide for new practitioners starting out in their careers before the UK Trade Marks Registry, it also includes guidance on more advanced issues, and so will act as a reference work for the profession as a whole.

The guide covers in detail:-

  • drafting of Statements of Case in opposition, revocation, invalidity and rectification proceedings;
  • preparation and presentation of evidence;
  • handling of interim applications;
  • conduct and practice in relation to hearings;
  • appeals to the Appointed Person and to the High Court;
  • costs; and,
  • settlement of proceedings and ADR.

Intellectual Property Law
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Table of Materials
1. Introduction and General Matters
2. Statements of Cases
3. Evidence
4. Interim Applications
5. Hearings
6. Challenging a Decision
7. Costs
8. ADR, Settlement and Matters no Longer Contested