Pharmacia and Upjohn SA, formerly Upjohn SA v Paranova A/S: ECJ 12 Oct 1999

ECJ Trade-mark rights – Pharmaceutical products – Parallel imports – Replacement of a trade mark.
Rodriguez Iglesias, P
C-379/97, [1999] EUECJ C-379/97, [1999] ETMR 937, [2000] 3 WLR 303, (2001) 62 BMLR 150, (2000) 18 Tr LR 457, [1999] CEC 630, [2000] Ch 571, [2000] 1 CMLR 51, [2000] FSR 621, [1999] All ER (EC) 880, [1999] ECR I-6927
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