Trade Marks in Practice is the first and only text in New Zealand that exclusively covers New Zealand trade mark law. Written for the busy practitioner, this 4th edition is an accessible guide to the Trade Marks Act 2002, with easy to follow section-by-section commentary and updated case law.
Since the 3rd edition there have been a number of important court decisions that have added to the law, as well as a continuing stream of decisions from the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand. The book provides in-depth examination of these decisions and specific sections of the Act, key procedures and practice areas.
• Practical and topical – a leading work in trade marks.
• Comprehensive coverage of the Trade Marks Act 2002 and its interpretations since enactment.
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Trade Marks Act 2002
Part 1: Preliminary (ss 2–8)
Part 2: Registrability of trade marks (ss 9–30)
Part 3: Process for obtaining registration of trade mark and other matters (ss 31–87)
Part 4: Legal proceedings (ss 88–174)
Part 5: Administrative provisions and miscellaneous (ss 175–209)
Trade Marks Regulations 2003