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The IP High Court found that Plaintiff’s configuration of goods is not qualified as "an indication of goods" under the Unfair Competition Prevention Act due to the lack of "Noticeable Feature" (Intellectual Property High Court, July 27, 2016)
Articles Mar 2017

The IP High Court found that Plaintiff’s configuration of goods is not qualified as "an indication of goods" under the Unfair Competition Prevention Act due to the lack of "Noticeable Feature" (Intellectual Property High Court, July 27, 2016)

Mar 2017
Authors Yuta Oishi
Publisher IP-L Communications Inc.
Publication Patents & Licensing (Vol.46 No.5) 2017
Issue Mar 2017
Practice Areas Intellectual Property/Life Sciences/TMT 
Our associate, Yuta Oishi authored an article in the following publication.

"The IP High Court found that Plaintiff’s configuration of goods is not qualified as "an indication of goods" under the Unfair Competition Prevention Act due to the lack of "Noticeable Feature" (Intellectual Property High Court, July 27, 2016)"
(Patents & Licensing, Vol. 46, No. 5 (2017))