‘Guest Book Review: The Copyright/Trademark Interface: How the Expansion of Trademark Protection is Stifling Cultural Creativity

“The title of this book clearly sets out its premise: trademark protection has encroached into what used to be solely copyright’s domain, resulting in an undesirable over-protection of works which impoverishes the public domain and restricts others’ creative endeavours. Senftleben has responded laudably to addressing this colossal challenge by writing a scholarly book which is sure to be a ‘go to’ reference for anyone interested in IP overlaps and protection asymmetries. Chapter 1 sets the scene by identifying reasons why we might care to limit copyright/trademark overlaps …” (more)

[Sabine Jacques, The IPKat, 22 July]

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