CLT TRADE MARK CONFERENCE IS IN THE OFFING ...

If you haven't yet booked up for CLT's Trade Marks 2005 conference, there's not much time: it takes place on Tuesday 5 April at London's Cafe Royal. Chaired by Bird & Bird IP enthusiast Katharine Stephens, the programme covers a full day's worth of trade mark topics: there are two sessions on registration issues, then one each on regular infringement (IPKat co-master Jeremy is doing this slot) and its common law cousin passing off. After lunch it's time for parallel imports, anti-counterfeiting and domain names, followed by the customary discussion session.

Bird & Bird ... but no likelihood of confusion?

CLT TRADE MARK CONFERENCE IS IN THE OFFING ... CLT TRADE MARK CONFERENCE IS IN THE OFFING ... Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, March 29, 2005 Rating: 5

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