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European Copyright and Design Reports
European Copyright and Design Reports
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
ISSN: 1467-6656
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Last Release: Nov 2017 / Next Release: Jan 2018
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The European Copyright and Design Reports (ECDR) bring you all the key copyright and design decisions of the national courts in the EU, as well as cases from key EU accession states, ECJ and EFTA court decisions. Accompanying a full English translation of each judgment, full headnotes clearly explain the main points of the case and the judgment itself.
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  • National courts in the EU
  • ECJ rulings
  • EFTA decisions
  • Cases from key EY accession states
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Professor Uma Suthersanen, General Editor
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u.suthersanen@qmul.ac.uk

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Eleanor Blow
eleanor.blow@thomsonreuters.com
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