The September 2004 issue of Sweet & Maxwell's European Trade Mark Reports has now been published, admirably early. The foreign-language cases made available in English in this issue are:
* Viaticum and Luteciel v Google France (Tribunal de Grande Instance de Nanterre): internet search provider liable for trade mark infringement;
* Revlon Sensor Supreme trade mark application (Patent Office, Republic of Poland): whether likelihood of confusion between SENSOR and REVLON SENSOR SUPREME.
There is a also a good selection of European Court of Justice and Court of First Instance cases (among others).
If you come across any cases that you'd like to see reported in the ETMR, write and tell us.
Monday, 23 August 2004
Posted by Jeremy at 00:08:00