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Community Trade Mark Handbook
Community Trade Mark Handbook
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Intellectual Property
ISBN:  9780421751507
Last Release: Dec 2015 / Next Release: Jul 2016
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf
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Developed by ITMA and CIPA and written by authors with hands-on experience in dealing
with the OHIM,
this looseleaf offers everything you need to know about the CTM system. The Community Trade Mark Handbook:
  • Details the entire process required for obtaining a CTM from start to finish
  • Offers a full analysis of the OHIM legislation
  • Updates and analyses OHIM case law
  • Provides commentary, examples and key advice on OHIM practice
  • Explores the interaction of the CTM system with Madrid
  • Reproduces full text of all the primary and secondary legislation as well as other important guidance from the OHIM
  • Written by trade mark professionals who have day-to-day dealings with the OHIM
  • Includes twice yearly updates to keep on top of the latest developments
  • A range of changes and developments will be reflected in upcoming releases, including updated information in the following chapters:
    • Appeals
    • Enforcement of a CTM
    • Revocation and Invalidity
    • Duration and Renewal of Community Registration
    • Approaches to Countering Objections under Article 7(1)
    • Seniority

Initial price includes updating releases for this calendar year. We will contact you each year to ascertain whether you wish to renew your subscription.

2 updating releases published per annum.


"This is a valuable reference work which will be of primary interest to the trademark practitioner, providing as mentioned above both concise overviews of each area and detailed commentary on more complex issues and problems facing the CTM applicant." - The Trade Mark Reporter
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