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Australian Trademark Law

ISBN13: 9780195565393
Published: February 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Australian Trade Mark Law provides a comprehensive overview of trade mark law in Australia and encourages readers to critically engage with the operation of the Auatralian trade mark system.

The book moves beyond providing a descriptive amount of existing legislation and case law and ensures that the reader engages with questions about the functioning of the trade mark system as well as the decisions made by courts, the legislature and administrative bodies that have shaped such a system.

As well as posing questions directly about how the trade mark system ought to operate, the reader is presented with comparartive material that illustrates how other jurisdictions deal with particular issues or problems as well as detailed proposals for reforming various aspects of Australian trade mark law and practice.

Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Table of Abbreviations
1: The Roles of the Trade Mark System
2: Applying to Register a Trade MArk: Examination and Op position Proceeding
3: Signs and their Representation
4: Distinctiveness
5: Grounds of Rejection and Opposition not involving Conflicts with Other Marks
6: Conflicts with Earlier Registered Marks or Applications for Registration
7: Conflicts with Other Marks - Other Grounds of Opposition
8: Amendment, revocation and Cancellation of Registration
9: Non-Use of Registered Marks
10: Infringement and Defences
11: Passing Off and Consumer Protection
12: Revisitng the Relationship between Passing Off and Selection 52 of the Trade Practices Act
13: Extended Passing Off, Special forms of Trade Marks and Related Legal Regimes
14: Exploitation of Trade Marks
15: Litigation and Remedies;