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Trade Marks: Law and Practice 3rd ed is a concise account of UK trade marks law within the European and international context. Written by Alison Firth and expert co-authors, this text deals with all the relevant domestic and international developments.
The text incorporates and analyses the ongoing amendments to the Trade Marks Act 2004, amendments to the Trade Marks Rules 2000 and the expansion of the system of international registration of trade marks under the Madrid Protocol and the International Trademark Treaty. The appendices include helpful consolidated versions of the Act and the Rules.
The work offers a coherent and logical analysis of the legal framework in which trade marks operate and is expertly distilled for ease and speed of reference. It considers the commercial functions of trade marks and how to use them; how to protect trade marks and the process of registration, licensing and assignment.