IPKAT TRANSLATION WATCH: KEEP TAKING THE TABLETS

Anyone who wants to read the ECJ's decision in the Henkel dishwasher tablets cases (C-456/01 and C-457/01) and has been frustrated to find that it's still not available in English on the ECJ website will be glad to know that the IPKat has found an English version on the OHIM website - click here to go through to it.
IPKAT TRANSLATION WATCH: KEEP TAKING THE TABLETS IPKAT TRANSLATION WATCH: KEEP TAKING THE TABLETS Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, June 11, 2004 Rating: 5

7 comments:

  1. I found the same translation on the ECJ site, though.

    Margaret Marks
    www.margaret-marks.com/Transblawg

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  2. Please tell me how - I still can't find it!

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  3. Well, I used your case number. You understand, I thought maybe there would be two different translations of the case on line, and it would have been interesting to compare them.

    I went to EUR-Lex
    http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/en/
    and clicked on Case-law (I wish the EU would drop this hyphen). Then I chose the search at the top, Search by case number.
    I entered the year 2001 and the number 456 in the boxes and clicked on the magnifying-glass symbol on the right. That gave me the judgment and the opinion in html.
    http://europa.eu.int/smartapi/cgi/sga_doc?smartapi!celexapi!prod!CELEXnumdoc&lg=EN&numdoc=62001J0456&model=guichett

    Margaret
    www.margaret-marks.com/Transblawg

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  4. Thanks for this Margaret. I'd been using the ECJ's webiste (www.curia.eu.int). Now if Eurolex can manage to get an English translation online why can't the Court's official site?

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  5. Yes, it occurred to me afterwards that it wasn't the Court's site. I used to look at that, but via EUR-Lex I can find a wider variety of things. I didn't realize it had things earlier than the Court site!
    Margaret

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  6. Think that could give you some Search Engine popularity, and traffic???

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  7. What a wonderful invention it is, this thing we call the Internet!

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