The December/January issue of Informa's ten-times-a-year Trademark World has now hit the streets. Features include:
* "Out of Options?" - a powerful piece by Sheldon H. Klein and David S. Modzeleski (Arent Fox) on the problems faced by US politicians in addressing the political and legal issues involved in the curbing of political cybersquatting;
* "It's not Just Dirty Tricks" by Angela Fox (RGC Jenkins ... but she's no relation of Arent), looking at the phenomenon of domain name abuse in the UK;
* A piece by Cerryg Jones and Bonita Trimmer (Wragge & Co.) on whether the European Court of Justice's recent decision in Sat.2 represents a return to its position on registrability in BABY-DRY (the IPKat wonders if it can be a "return" at all, since it's not clear that the ECJ ever left BABY-DRY behind);
* "Waiting for DOGGO" by IPKat co-owner Jeremy, a short and somewhat frivolous piece on keeping fake goods from entering the country.
Friday, 10 December 2004
Posted by Jeremy at 11:32:00