Ilanah Simon Fhima; Unfair advantage, bad faith and the role of intention in dissimilar goods cases. Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2011; 6 (5): 292-294. doi: 10.1093/jiplp/jpr013
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A consideration of the role of intention and other factors in establishing bad faith and the unfairness element of unfair advantage in European trade mark law following the Court of Justice's and Court of Appeal's flurry of recent jurisprudence.
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