The August/September 2004 issue of Legalease's bimonthly Advertising, Marketing & Branding Law Journal contains some highly attractive and relevant content. Features in this issue include
* "Copyright -- No Laughing Matter" by prize-winning essayist Timothy Pinto (Taylor Wessing), on the position of parodies under copyright law;
* "Infringement -- Divine Inspiration" by Andy Korman (Hammonds), on ways of ambush marketing ("Shame" says the IPKat);
* Internet -- All Keyed Up" by Christopher Kelly (Wiley, Rein & Fielding) on recent case law on the use of keywords in internet advertising;
* "EU regulations -- that's so unfair" by Phil Murphy of the Advertising Association, on developments relating to the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive.
HOT OFF THE PRESS HOT OFF THE PRESS Reviewed by Jeremy on Friday, August 27, 2004 Rating: 5


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