Synch contributor to the International Comparative Legal Guide concerning trade marks

Synch’s IP specialists David Leffler and Vencel Hodák have contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Trade Marks 2017, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London, in which they provide an overview of Swedish trade mark law. The guide is handling various legal topics including e.g. grounds for refusal and trade mark enforcement.

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Trade Marks 2017 is published both online and in book format and offers a practical cross-border insight into trade mark law. The guide provides an overview of the trade mark legislation in 41 jurisdictions worldwide, including recent developments and updates.

To read the guide, please click here.

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