Intel

Intel v CPM

In case you were wondering what had happened to the UK's reference in Intel v CPM on dilution, it's due to be heard on 16 April in Luxembourg.

The IPKat can hear law students across Europe breathing a collective sigh of relief - it won't make the exams. The IPKat meanwhile waits with baited breath - finally some ECJ-level guidance on dilution...
Intel Intel Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, March 14, 2008 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. With Limburger? The Department suggests "bated".
    DME

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