Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
lxxi, 363 pages ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / Jeremy Phillips and Ilanah Simon Use and non-use in trade mark law / Bojan Pretnar The need to leave free for others to use and the trade mark common / Jennifer Davis Distinctive character acquired through use : the law and the case law / Arnaud Folliard-Monguiral Distinctive character acquired through use : establishing the facts / Anna Carboni Distinguishing use versus functional use : three-dimensional marks / Thomas Hays Third party use of trade marks / Neil J. Wilkof Trade mark use and denominative trade marks / Mssimo Sterpi Use, certification and collective marks / Jeffrey Belson Infringing "use in the course of trade" : trade mark use and the essential function of a trade mark / Robert Sumroy and Carina Badger
Permitted infringing use : the scope of defences to an infringement action / Ashley Roughton Infringing use of a trade mark as a criminal offence / Andreas Rahmatian Use for the purpose of resisting an application for revocation for non-use / Belinda Isaac The requirement for evidence of use of earlier trade marks in opposition and invalidation proceedings / Alan James Trade mark use on the Internet / Spyros Maniatis TRIPs and trade mark use / G.E. Evans Use, intent to use and registration in the USA / Graeme B. Dinwoodie and Mark D. Janis The role of trade mark use in US infringement, unfair competition and dilution proceedings / Sheldon H. Klein and N. Christopher Norton Conclusion: What use is use? / Jeremy Phillips and Ilanah Simon.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.