Book launch: “The Confusion Test in European Trade Mark Law”

The IPKat has been informed about the launch of the book, “The Confusion Test in European Trade Mark Law”, by Dr. Ilanah Fhima and Professor Dev Gangjee and published by Oxford University Press. The event will take place on 14 November 2019, 18:30 - 19:30 at UCL Faculty of Laws. UCL Laws’ Institute of Brand and Innovation Law will host this event, which will include a short speech about the book by The Rt Hon Lord Justice Arnold.

The book is described as “the first comprehensive and systematic account of the confusion test within the harmonised European trade mark system. It considers how the test is applied by national trade mark registries across EU member states, by the EUIPO, by national courts, and by the CJEU. It offers practical guidance, while also evaluating the viability of more recent developments such as initial-interest confusion, post-sale confusion and consumer responses to uses of trade marks on the internet.”

Dr Fhima is Reader in Intellectual Property Law and Co-director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law, Faculty of Laws, University College London. Professor Gangjee is Professor of Intellectual Property Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.

Entrance is free of charge

For more about the book, including how to order a copy with a 20% launch discount, here.

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