The IPKat notes that it's a big day for trade mark decisions tomorrow, with the ECJ providing its judgments in SAT1 and Nichols. The IPKat will provide you with comments and analysis on these two important cases early next week (after the Jewish New Year).
BIG TRADE MARK DAY FOR THE ECJ BIG TRADE MARK DAY FOR THE ECJ Reviewed by Unknown on Wednesday, September 15, 2004 Rating: 5

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