Journal of Intellectual Property Law Practice Table of Contents for February 1, 2016; Vol. 11, No. 2

Editorial
Brexit – more downside than up
Ian Karet
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 75
Current Intelligence
Patents: CJEU takes a stance on standard-essential patents, injunctions and abuse of dominance
Wilko van Weert, David Henry, Mafalda de Oliveira Dias, and Michal Kocon
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 76-77
Trade marks: CJEU says that mere recognition/association is not sufficient to prove acquired distinctiveness
Eleonora Rosati
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 77-79
Trade marks: General Court says that extended passing off may prevent trade mark registration
Eleonora Rosati
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 79-80
Trade marks: A step in the right direction for Louboutin
Shannon Yavorsky and Emma Flett
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 80-81
Trade marks: Lack of national reputation not necessarily a bar to use of Community trade mark to object to later national applications
Rachel Montagnon and Joel Smith
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 81-83
Trade marks: Target Australia blocks registration of marks seeking to parody ‘TAR-JAY’—Lessons for brand owners and parodists
Siobhan Ryan, and assisted by Aparna Watal
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 83-85
Trade marks: Bearing up: Bundesgerichtshof decides that not every golden bear is a ‘Goldbear’
Birgit Clark
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 85-87
Copyright: US judge denies copyright over three-word phrase ‘Everyday I’m Hustlin’’
Nedim Malovic
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 87-88
Data protection: Invalidity of the US Safe Harbor framework: what does it mean?
Hannah Crowther
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 88-90
General: Street art belongs to the freeholder
Marta Iljadica
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 90-91
Articles
Evidence, policy and ‘evidence for policy’
Thomas Dillon
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 92-114
What to expect if you are sued in the ITC
James C. Fedalen
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 115-120
Spare parts under European design and trade mark law
Henning Hartwig
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 121-129
Fundamentals of the Nigerian Trade Marks Act and implications for foreign trade mark owners
Olugbenga Ajani Olatunji
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 130-137
From GRUR Int.
Thoughts on revising the limitations on copyright under Directive 2001/29
Thomas Dreier
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 138-146
Use of a Community trade mark in only one Member State does not maintain the right
Volker Schoene
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 147-148
IP in Review
The relationship between patents, human rights and access to medicine
Jay Sanderson
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 149-150
A book of comparative law with a real editor and a spine
Richard Milchior
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 150-151
A glimpse into the US practice and policy of knowledge protection
Magdalena Kolasa
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2016 11: 151-152

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