Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Colonial Australian Trade Mark LawBy Amanda Scardamaglia
Narratives in Lawmaking, People, Power and Place
This book provides the first comprehensive account of the origins of Australian trade mark law, situated in the colonial trade mark regime. It examines the movement of trade mark law from Great Britain to the Australian colonies, while also using colonial trade mark law and its registrations as a way of understanding significant aspects of colonial development. In doing so, this book traverses broad themes such as the complex relationship between the Imperial power and the colonies, settler identity, colonial economics and commerce, and the emergence of branding in Australia.
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