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Morcom on Trade Marks, Sixth Edition

Morcom on Trade Marks is a comprehensive guide on trade mark law enabling practitioners to provide clients with effective advice with the best possible support and authority.
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781474317252

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Why should you buy Morcom on Trade Marks, Sixth Edition


Morcom on Trade Marks is a comprehensive guide on trade mark law enabling practitioners to provide clients with effective advice with the best possible support and authority. It includes detailed analysis of important UK and European legislation and in-depth commentary.

This new sixth edition has been retitled Morcom on Trade Marks and is fully revised and updated to take into account all the latest developments since the last edition.

Key updates for the sixth edition will include:

  • Coverage of the most important new decisions of the Courts and other decision-making bodies, and legislation, eg Unjustified Threats legislation of 2017.
  • The implementation by the UK, with effect from 14th January 2019, of the 'recast' EU Harmonisation Directive of 2015.
  • Updated 'Consolidated' versions of the Trade Marks Act 1994 and the Trade Marks Rules 2008, and the full text of the 2015 Directive, will be included as Annexes.
  • Detailed treatment of the consequences of the exit of the UK from the EU, including measures ensuring that proprietors of EU Trade Marks and International Registrations designating the UK, also geographical indications, will retain protection of their rights in the UK as well as in the other 27 EU Member States.
  • A comprehensive update of The European Union Trade Mark Section (Part VIII) to incorporate relevant changes to the EUTM law and regime, and new decisions that will continue to be of relevance to businesses world-wide.
  • Inclusion of references to important decisions of the EU institutions, in particular the Court of Justice of the European Union and the General Court, which continue to be an important part of jurisprudence relevant to UK trade mark law.