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European Trade Mark Reports
European Trade Mark Reports
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
ISSN: 1363-4542
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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European Trade Mark Reports (ETMR) provides monthly reports of the most significant EUIPO and CJEU trade mark decisions, as well as relevant General Court decisions. All reports include succinct headnotes detailing the key points of the judgment and a network of correspondents across the EU provides decisions from designated courts in member states, as well as trade mark judgments of interest from domestic courts.


ETMR issues include decisions from:

  • European Union Intellectual Property Office
  • Court of Justice of the European Union
  • Court of First Instance
  • Decisions of Member States’ courts and trade mark registries
  • Relevant decisions from non-EU jurisdictions

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
The General 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
General Editor
Professor Stavroula Karapapa

Deputy Editor
Dr. Hayleigh Bosher

Editorial Advisory Board
Belinda Isaac
Jaap Spoor
Neil Wilkof

Editorial Board
Robert Buchan 
Anna Carboni
Karin Cederlund
Stefano Codoni
Charles Gielen
Fabrizio Jacobacci
Dr Mathias Kleespies
Sofia Komna
Thelma Kyriakides
Patricia Mcgovern
Anna Zakrocka
Carles Prat
Almar Sehver
Selma Ünlü
Grégoire Triet
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