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IPKat co-blogmeister Ilanah has written an article entitled ‘Embellishment: Trade Mark Use Triumph or Decorative Disaster’. The article examines the concept of embellishment introduced by the ECJ in Case C-408/01 Adidas v Fitnessworld and asks whether it introduces a trade mark use requirement into EU dilution-style protection.

If anybody would like a copy, please email here. Any comments, however critical, would be welcomed.
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