Use of a Community trade mark in just one country

IPKat team member Jeremy is currently composing a chapter of a book -- about which he will be telling readers quite a lot when it's good and ready -- on trade mark law. His task is to tackle the following subject: "Interpretation of the conditions of territorial use of a Community trade mark in light of the Joint Statement [of the Council and the Commission of the European Communities on the use of a CTM in only one country]". He hopes to have his chapter finished in the next ten days or so: meanwhile, he'd be delighted to hear from any readers who either
* have very strong feelings on the subject which, they feel, have received insufficient attention and discussion so far, or

* have recently written anything on this topic themselves, which might have escaped Jeremy's attention.
If you can help Jeremy make his chapter (i) perfect, (ii) better than it might have been or (iii) at least acceptable, please email him here.

If this subject hasn't yet excited you, read the earlier IPKat posts here, here, here and here
Use of a Community trade mark in just one country Use of a Community trade mark in just one country Reviewed by Jeremy on Monday, August 30, 2010 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. Dear Jeremy,
    I am sure that you are well aware of what my opnions are on this matter so I will not bore you with my rantings again. But for the sake of the readers of the Kat, here are some useful links:
    BR Tove


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