The October 2004 issue of Informa's ten-time-a-year Trademark World leads with a feature by B. Brett Heavner and Naresh Kilaru (Finnegan Henderson) on the Idaho Potato Commission case, a US dispute involving the doctrine of licensee estoppel and its applicability where the mark licensed is a certification mark rather than just an ordinary trade mark. Other pieces of interest include

* "Extracting Value" by Michael Stirling (Field Fisher Waterhouse), on the rise of trade marks as a key financial indicator of the value of a company;

* "The Razor's Edge" by Bardehle Pagenberg's Claus Eckhartt - a review of the international litigation in Philips v Remgington over the three-headed shaver configuration and its defining role in the European law on shape marks;

* "Pitfalls of Tomorrow" by Lisa Rovinsky and Kathleen Heberlein (Alston & Bird) on the currently sexy topic of online advertising practice versus trade mark rights.
TW OCTOBER 2004 TW OCTOBER 2004 Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, October 10, 2004 Rating: 5


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