Alison Firth, Barrister, Ingenuity Chambers,Jonathan Griffiths, Senior Lecturer in Law, Queen Mary, University of London,Spyros Maniatis, Professor of Intellectual Property, Queen Mary, University of London,Noam Shemtov, Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, Queen Mary,University of London
Alison Firth is a Barrister at at Ingenuity IP chambers and Visting Professor at Newcastle Law School.
Jonathan Griffiths is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London.
Spyros Maniatis is Professor of Intellectual Property and Director of the Centre of Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London.
Noam Shemtov is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property and Technology Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University.
Part I 1. Introduction - The Tension between Trade Marks and Competition 2. Setting the Parameters - 'Competition Plus' Part II 3. Trade Mark Law - Internalising Competition Considerations 4. Competition Law - Internalising Trade Marks as Property Rights 5. Competition Considerations: Trumping Trade Mark Rights Part III 6. The Judicial Toolkit 7. The Theoretical Framework Part IV 8. Conclusion - Trade Mark and Competition Plus 9. Conclusion - The Public Policy Framework