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Trade Mark Licensing

Trade Mark Licensing
2nd Edition
Practice Area:  Intellectual Property
ISBN:  9780421636309
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  07 Dec 2004
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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Trade Mark Licensing provides a completely rounded guide to all aspects of trade mark licensing, integrating discussion of legal concepts with extensive advice on practical concerns.
It supplies comprehensive coverage of trade mark licensing under UK and US law and considers, in addition, relevant EU law, including EU competition law and trade mark exhaustion.
* A practical, hands-on guide for day-to-day work
* Wide, international scope
* Contains a detailed sample agreement, complete with explanatory notes and cross-references to the main text
* Features new chapters on German and French law and on domain name licensing


1. Trade Mark Licensing: A Subject Worthy of Separate Treatment
2. Trade Mark Licensing and the Functions of a Trade Mark
3. The Registered User System in Transition
4. The Registration of Licensees in Transition
5. Licensing in the United States: The Concept of a Related Company
6. Quality Control
7. Trade Marks and Distribution
8. Other Authorised Third Party Uses of a Trade Mark
9. Consent and Delimitation Agreements, No Challenge Clauses and Licensee Estoppel
10. The Trade Mark License Agreement: The Interrelationship between the Proprietary and the Contractual
11. Oral, Implied and Constructive Trade Mark Licenses
12. Termination and Best Endeavours
13. Trade Licensing Law under EU Competition Law
14. Trade Mark Exhaustion and Parallel Imports: the EU Position
15. A French Law View of Trade Mark Licensing
16. A German Law View of Trade Mark Licensing
17. Collateral Aspects of Trade Mark Licensing
18. Annotated Sample Trade Mark Licensing Agreement
Appendix A-"Sample Consent Agreement"
Appendix B-"Registered User Requirements in Various Countries"
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