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Trade Marks at the Limit is a collection of current, informed and original essays on different aspects of a topic that unites trade mark owners, practitioners and potential infringers alike – the fine borderline that separates permitted use of another business’s trade mark from a use that constitutes trade mark infringement.
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Prima inter pares, Fürstin among equals

Case C-208/09 Ilonka Sayn-Wittgenstein v Landeshauptmann von Wien, Court of Justice of the European Union (Second Chamber), 22 December 2010

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While the Court of Justice of the European Union regularly rules on matters directly pertinent to Community and national trade mark law, its rulings on matters quite unrelated to trade mark law may also have unexpected consequences for traders and trade mark law. The Court's ruling in Case C 208/09 Ilonka Sayn-Wittgenstein v Landeshauptmann von Wien, relating to the legal status of an estate agent's adopted name, is a case in point.

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Peter W.B. Phillips, Camille D. Ryan, Jeremy Karwandy, Tara L. Williams and Julie L. Graham