The most recent books written or edited by lawyers of Lenz & Staehelin are arranged in reverse chronological order.
Due to the success of the first edition, published in 2008, Thierry Calame of Lenz & Staehelin and Massimo Sterpi of Jacobacci & Associati have agreed to lead the second edition of Trade Mark Litigation – jurisdictional comparisons.
- Explains the latest legislation and precedents involving trade mark litigation in over 30 jurisdictions
- Adopts a country-by-country approach, with content provided by expert practitioners from each of the jurisdictions, following a common format to allow straightforward comparisons
- Takes into account the enormous expansion of digital commerce and the growing roles of trade mark registration in fighting abuses on the internet
- Answers such questions as ‘can I oppose or cancel this trade mark?’ in a particular country, and the basis for taking such action – like national or supranational rights, and the procedures for doing so
- Sets out each country’s courts and administrative system
- Looks at the available enforcement options
- Goes through civil court procedure
- Indentifies the available remedies
- Covers trade mark enforcement against metatag
- Examines unjustified threats of trade mark infringement
- Looks at conflicts between trade mark and domain name