A Case of Champagne by A. G. Guest
Fellow of University College, Oxford Champagne from France is champagne —that is clear. But is ' Spanish champagne ' properlv so called? A recent High Court case deciding this question is used bv Mr. Guest to illustrate his examination of rights in trade names and whether current claims to these rights are becoming excessive.
by HENRY REED with Hugh Burden and Settings of Schopenhauer and • Don't hurt myheart composed and played by DONALD SWANN
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon
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