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Monday, 3 April 2006

LATEST TRADEMARK WORLD


Trademark World

The April 2006 issue of Informa's ten-times-a-year Trademark World leads with a cover story on "Cyberspace Protection: IP in the Electronic Age" by Ranjan Narula and Rajiv Suri (Rouse & Co). Other features include

* a note by Isabel Davies (Howrey) on the Picasso/Picaro ruling of the European Court of Justice;

* "It's Official: some official marks ... are not!", a critique of the law and practice on the protection of official marks by Bereskin & Parr duo Mark L. Robbins and Sharyn Costin;

* "Careless Abandon" - Fernando Triana (Triana, Uribe & Michelsen, Colombia) makes some observations about running a trade mark portfolio;

* Nikki Ferguson (Eversheds) considers how FIFA, the ruling body for world football, is tackling the problems of ticket touting and unauthorised resale of tickets.

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