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The LEGO BRICK in the Borderzone Between forms of Protection


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Title: The LEGO BRICK in the Borderzone Between forms of Protection
Authors: Lundahl, Jenny
Issue Date: 2005
University: Göteborg University. School of Business, Economics and Law
Extent: 105 pages
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Degree: Student essay
Abstract: This thesis is a case study on the attempts of the LEGO Group to achieve legal protection of the Basic LEGO Brick, i.e. the LEGO Group’s standard toy building brick with eight bosses on the upper surface. The objective is to illustrate the legal reasoning of different courts in a global perspective and find out how a company such as LEGO uses the courts and intellectual property rights for the purpose of attaining a certain desirable position on the market. The Basic LEGO Brick has a fascina... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/1938
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