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Friday, 18 February 2005


The February issue of Sweet & Maxwell's European Intellectual Property Review has now been published. It contains some good stuff. For example:

* Olivier Lemaire (NautaDutilh's Brussels office) writes on parallel trade in pharma products in the recently enlarged European Union;

* Philippe de Jong (Altius) explains the role and future prospects of the Belgian torpedo as a means of slowing down unwanted patent litigation;

* IPKat co-author Ilanah explains why it's no fun being a Community trade mark examiner, reviewing the OHIM Board of Appeal decision in Whitening Multi-Action;

Lambretta tracktops: colourways can't be protected in the UK

* Roland Mallison and Claire Young (Linklaters) wax lyrical on the lacunae in design protection that were so clearly revealed in the recent UK Lambretta case.

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