Trade Mark Licensing

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2005 - Trademark licences - 515 pages
Recent years have seen fundamental changes to the law and practise of trade mark licensing. "Trade Mark Licensing 2nd edition" offers a completely rounded perspectivce on the subject, integrating discussion of legal concepts with extensive advice on practical concerns. It provides comprehensive coverage of trade mark licensing under UK and US law, and also considers relevant EU law, including EU competition law and trade mark exhaustion. A detailed sample agreement is included, complete with explanatory notes and cross-references to the main text. This edition also contains new chapters on trade mark licensing in France and Germany, and on domain name+ licensing.
 

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Contents

A SUBJECT WORTHY OF SEPARATE
1
Other Intellectual Property Rights 112
7
Trade Marks are Different 125
13
TRADE MARK LICENSING AND THE FUNCTIONS OF A TRADE MARK
20
THE REGISTRATION OF LICENSEES IN TRANSITION
54
THE CONCEPT OF A RELATED
78
QUALITY CONTROL
101
TRADE MARK RIGHTS AND DISTRIBUTION
138
ORAL IMPLIED AND CONSTRUCTIVE TRADE MARK LICENCES
243
TERMINATION AND BEST ENDEAVOURS
261
TRADE MARK EXHAUSTION AND PARALLEL IMPORTS THE
351
A FRENCH LAW VIEW OF TRADE MARK LICENSING
370
A GERMAN LAW VIEW OF TRADE MARK LICENSING
387
COLLATERAL ASPECTS OF TRADE MARK LICENSING
401
ANNOTATED SAMPLE TRADE MARK LICENCE AGREEMENT
433
APPENDIX A SAMPLE CONSENT AGREEMENT
466

OTHER AUTHORISED THIRD PARTY USE OF A TRADE MARK
166
Certification Marks 822
180
CONSENT AND DELIMITATION AGREEMENTS NOCHALLENGE CLAUSES
188
THE INTERRELATIONSHIP
221

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About the author (2005)

Wilkof is a member of the Tel-Aviv firm of Herzog, Fox & Neeman. He has practiced intellectual property law, technology transfer and licensing, and computer law since 1980.

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