|Title:||Establishing a parody defence standard within the framework of Taiwan’s Trademark Act||Authors:||Ya-Chi Chiang||Issue Date:||2021||Publisher:||Routledge||Start page/Pages:||10||Source:||Annotated Leading Trademark Cases in Major Asian Jurisdictions||Abstract:||
There has been little or no study on trademark laws in Asia on a cross-jurisdictional level. This book aims at filling the existing gap and provides a comprehensive overview of trademark laws of eight major Asian jurisdictions and their most-updated trademark case law. The book analyses six of the principal issues that best reflect Asian features in trademark law and trademark development.
The cases in the book are principally the most authoritative decisions, usually the first to deal with certain new emerging issues, or the first to apply particular statutory provisions in the respective jurisdiction. Also included are a small number of direction-changing, outlying or even controversial decisions. Each case report is divided into six sections: summary, legal context, facts, reasoning of the court, legal analysis, and commercial or industrial significance.
Readers will find this book useful in both its overview of the legal context and how those cases are to be interpreted legally and commercially.
|Appears in Collections:||海洋政策碩士學位學程(研究所)|
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