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(p. 397) 24. Trade marks—an introduction 

(p. 397) 24. Trade marks—an introduction
(p. 397) 24. Trade marks—an introduction

Paul Torremans

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date: 04 December 2020

This chapter discusses the historical roots of trade marks, the need for reform, and the rationale of a system of trade marks. Over the last decades, trade mark law has been harmonized in Europe; in the UK, the Trade Marks Act 1994 saw a sea change in the law of trade marks.

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