‘Book review: Research Handbook on Trademark Law Reform

“At first glance, this book might easily be overlooked. The title’s suggestion of legislative reform processes could scare off readers. Because the editors are US-based scholars and the EU’s quaint spelling of ‘trade mark’ is not used in the title, non-American readers might think the book is not for them. And the cover art somehow succeeds at being both bewildering and generic. All this can make the book, when not opened or examined more attentively, something of an ugly duckling in a book store aisle with fancy titles and appealing covers …” (more)

[Léon Dijkman, The IPKat, 20 July]

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