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Author: Jeremy Phillips is a visiting professorial fellow at the University of London's Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, the editor of the Oxford Journal of Intellectual Law & Practice and the European Trade Mark Reports, is a consultant to the intellectual property team at Olswang in London and also contributes to The 1709 Blog; Birgit Clark practices at Boult Wade Tennant in London and is a member of the editorial board of the JIPLP; Matthew Fisher is a senior lecturer and co-director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law at University College London; Mark Schweizer is a substitute judge at Bezirksgericht Horgen in Switzerland; Neil J. Wilkof is a partner at Herzog Fox & Neeman in Tel Aviv, Israel; Annsley Merelle Ward is a trainee solicitor with Collyer Bristow in London and a copyright and design right consultant at Victoria and Albert Museum.

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