European Intellectual Property Review

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Cover of a 2012 issue of EIPR

The European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR) is a monthly law review published since 1978 by Sweet & Maxwell (now part of Thomson Reuters), that covers international intellectual property law. Its general editor since its 1978 inception has been Hugh Brett.[1]

The earliest issues of EIPR, for October to December 1978 lack numbering; volume 1 begins with January 1979. Its initial publisher was ESC Publishing Ltd., subsequently acquired by Sweet & Maxwell Ltd., which Thomson Reuters later acquired.[2]

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