IPKat co-master Jeremy has been labouring for the past few days in trying to write a conference paper on the European Court of Justice's attitude to "likelihood of confusion" in EU trade mark law. He has got as far as a fairly advanced draft and now welcomes comments, however critical, from anyone who wants to take the trouble to read the paper. If you'd like to see it, click here and a copy will be duly dispatched. The paper is to be given later this week at Fordham University's Annual International Intellectual Property Law and Policy conference in New York (click here for details).
The joys of confusion here and here
Word confusion here and here
Consumer confusion here