A publication that looks back on 25 years of EU trade mark practice – Trademark

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Alongside various experts from all over Europe, Paul Micallef Grimaud and Nikolai Lubrano were part of a panel of contributors who, under the leadership of Flip Petillion, composed a book tracing 25 years of practices in European trademarks . The publication, entitled “EU Marks a Quarter of a Century”, was published in April 2022 by Intersentia and mainly deals with the evolution of the EU trademark system.

In their contribution, Paul and Nikolai provide a detailed analysis of the legal practices surrounding the protection of EUTMs against infringement. The chapter examines the application of provisional and protective measures to EUTMs, the enforcement directive and the interaction with the European regulation relating to the customs enforcement of intellectual property rights as well as with the recast Brussels I regulation.

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