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European Trade Mark Reports
European Trade Mark Reports
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
ISSN: 1363-4542
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Last Release: Jun 2016 / Next Release: Jul 2016
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Sweet & Maxwell's European Trade Mark Reports (ETMR) provide timely reports of all important OHIM and relevant General Court and CJEU trade mark decisions. Edited by one of the top names in the field, all reports include succinct headnotes detailing the key points of such judgments. Coverage by a network of correspondents from across the Community provides similarly headnoted decisions from CTM designated courts in Member States, as well as trade mark judgments of interest from domestic courts.

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The Editor welcomes suggestions for cases to be included in the European Trade Mark Reports. Please send transcripts or information to Dr Stavroula Karapapa at s.karapapa@reading.ac.uk
EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Dr Stavroula Karapapa, General Editor (Associate Professor of Law at University of Reading)

Kate Manning, Deputy Editor

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