Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 11th Aug 2011 09:22 UTC
Legal Earlier this week, we were introduced to a new concept in intellectual property law: the European 'Community Design'. The Community Design is a sort of trademark on design, and sits halfway between a trademark and a patent. I decided to investigate what, exactly, the laws and regulations around Community Designs are, and what I found was shocking. Think the USPTO is bad? Wait until you learn about the Community Design.
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IPprofessional
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2011-08-13

I think you missed my point, possibly I communicated it badly in a long post written late at night.

I was not saying that its hard to get prelim injunctions in England so don't worry, I was saying that since English prelim injunctions don't normally depend much on the merits of the case the lack of evaluation of validity before a PI is given is not the departure from normal justice that it first seems.

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