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The fashion issue - an examination of the current intellectual property rights within England and Wales and the European community, concerning design infringement and counterfeit goods within the fashion industry: part two

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The copying of fashion and graphic designs has been ongoing for years. More designers are beginning to assert their exclusive rights, granted through the available intellectual property rights. These mainly include design rights and trademarks. It is necessary to see how law of England and Wales can be applied effectively to protect this cyclical and transient industry, and the areas where it may be improved. This will be achieved through an analysis of the recent leading judicial decisions on this area of law, as well as a comparison between the domestic design rights compared to the community design rights. Due to the generality of some of the terms used in the legislation wider reading into other jurisdictions such as the USA and France will provide further insight into how this particular area of law can be improved.

Keywords: registered design rights, unregistered design rights, community design rights, fashion industry, counterfeit goods, counterfeiting, secondary infringement, trademarks, informed users, intellectual property rights, IPR, England, Wales, European Union, design infringement, judicial decisions, legislation, law, graphic design, fashion design

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