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(p. 489) 27. Trade marks—European and international aspects 

(p. 489) 27. Trade marks—European and international aspects
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(p. 489) 27. Trade marks—European and international aspects
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Paul Torremans

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198836452.003.0027
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date: 04 December 2020

This chapter discusses the international and European aspects of trade marks. Trade mark law is based on the Paris Convention and the TRIPS Agreement, with the Madrid system offering an international registration system. Inside the EU, one can also register a single trade mark for the whole of the Community by means of the Community Trade Mark Regulation. Trade mark law also has a substantial interaction with the Treaty provisions on the free movement of goods, but minimal conflict with competition law.

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