Invited Overseas Researchers | Ilanah Simon

Ilanah Simon  
Aunya Singsangob
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Laws, University College London

 Visiting Term

25 July 2006 - 27 August 2006

 Research Theme

“The Functions of Trade Marks and their Role in Parallel Importation Cases -What Can the EU and Japan Learn from Each Other’s Experiences?- ”


LLB (Hons) (University College London); LLM Corporate and Commercial Law (University College London); PhD (Queen Mary, University of London): Dilution by Blurring the European Union and United States of America - a Comparative Analysis. Currently, Senior Lecturer at University College London Faculty of Law and co-director of the UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law. Previously lecturer at Brunel Law School.


Trade Mark Dilution in Europe and the United States (OUP, 2012)
[Recent selected papers]
'The Role of Legitimacy in European Trade Mark Law' (2012) 65 Current Legal Problems (forthcoming)
‘Exploring the Roots of European Dilution’ [2012] Intellectual Property Quarterly 25-38
‘The Court of Justice's Protection of the Advertising Function of Trade Marks: an (Almost) Sceptical Analysis’ (2011) 6 Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice 325-329
‘Dilution by Blurring – a Conceptual Roadmap’ [2010] Intellectual Property Quarterly 44-87