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EU Law on Indications of Geographical Origin

Theory and Practice

Mantrov, Vadim

2014, XXVIII, 367 p. 1 illus.

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  • Covers significant issues of the law on IGOs which have remained either neglected or undeveloped to date
  • Reviews EU regulations from a critical point of view, identifies problems and develops solutions/suggestions for improvement
  • Provides a comprehensive, systematic and critical study of the effective EU law on IGOs

The present book examines both theoretical and practical aspects of the law on indications of geographical origin (IGOs) within the framework of European Union (EU) law, pursuing four distinct yet mutually related aims. First, it discusses theoretical issues of the law on IGOs including its historical foundations, terminology, principles of regulation, legal subjectivity, protection models, and loss of protection. Second, it covers the EU law on IGOs from a systematic point of view. Particularly, the systematic review of the EU law on IGOs includes an in-depth analysis of and commentary on the relevant andĀ applicable regulations. Third, it examines current legislative initiatives and further development options for the EU law on IGOs. Finally, it reveals the interrelation of the EU law on one hand and the national laws of EU Member States on the other with regard to IGOs, focusing on harmonized and non-harmonized areas of law.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » European Court of Justice - Generic mark - Geographical origin - Intellectual property - Trade mark

Related subjects » International, Foreign and Comparative Law - Law

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