Industrial Property: Patents and Trade Marks

  • John Paxton


The term ‘Industrial Property’ is used in this chapter in its proper context of patents, trade marks and design. International law on patents is a field of activity in which, strictly speaking, a layman in such matters can only comment with some reserve. Nevertheless, it cannot be avoided altogether if one is to do justice in an examination of the provisions of the Treaty of Rome to the changes which are taking place in the Common Market, and which must vitally affect industry in Britain in its production, licensing, and marketing plans for Europe in the future.


Trade Mark European Patent European Economic Community Industrial Property Marketing Plan 
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Some Suggestions for Further Reading

  1. Second Preliminary Draft of a Convention Establishing a European System for the Grant of Patents 2 vols. (Brussels, 1971).Google Scholar

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© John Paxton and Mrs L. Walsh 1976

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Paxton
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  1. 1.Bruton, SomersetUK

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