Trade mark protection of works of art: Or what is the life expectancy of a mermaid?

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Trade mark protection of works of art : Or what is the life expectancy of a mermaid? / Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen; Riis, Thomas.

I: European Intellectual Property Review, Bind 45, Nr. 11, 2023, s. 646-651.

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Schovsbo, JH & Riis, T 2023, 'Trade mark protection of works of art: Or what is the life expectancy of a mermaid?', European Intellectual Property Review, bind 45, nr. 11, s. 646-651. <https://uk.westlaw.com/Document/IC5B601406CF911EE9B5CE7C8B24A2FB8/View/FullText.html>

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Schovsbo, J. H., & Riis, T. (2023). Trade mark protection of works of art: Or what is the life expectancy of a mermaid? European Intellectual Property Review, 45(11), 646-651. https://uk.westlaw.com/Document/IC5B601406CF911EE9B5CE7C8B24A2FB8/View/FullText.html

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Schovsbo JH, Riis T. Trade mark protection of works of art: Or what is the life expectancy of a mermaid? European Intellectual Property Review. 2023;45(11):646-651.

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Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen ; Riis, Thomas. / Trade mark protection of works of art : Or what is the life expectancy of a mermaid?. I: European Intellectual Property Review. 2023 ; Bind 45, Nr. 11. s. 646-651.

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