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Title: Marks of Consequence – An Irrational Basis of Trademark Protection, or: Re-Inculcating some Schechter into the Doctrine of Trademark ‘Dilution’
Authors: Kunert, Steffen
Keywords: trademark dilution
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: [Taken from the introduction] This Piece is concerned with the soundness of the qualification criterion of quantitative public recognition in relation to protecting trademarks from detriment to distinctive character. It will be demonstrated that all jurisdictions under consideration in this Comment have chosen to tie the granting of extended protection for trademarks to the discrimination criterion of a quantitative consumer knowledge threshold.
Publisher: University of Canterbury. Law
Degree: Master of Laws
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10092/6707
Rights: Copyright Steffen Kunert
Rights URI: http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/thesis/etheses_copyright.shtml
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