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Das Konzept der ,,Post-Sale Confusion“ im Common Law, im europäischen und im deutschen Markenrecht

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The concept of post-sale confusion originates from the United States and served the purpose to grant a protection against the exploitation of goodwill which was not provided under federal law. Since in the meantime all relevant jurisdictions provide protection against dilution it appears that there is no more need for a post-sale confusion doctrine.

Der nachfolgende Beitrag geht dem markenrechtlichen Konzept der post-sale confusion in verschiedenen Rechtsordnungen nach. Dabei werden die in Rechtsprechung und Literatur entwickelten Ansätze im Einzelnen dargestellt und der Versuch einer Systematisierung unternommen.
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Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-12-01

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