Makale özeti ve diğer detaylar.
The aim of this thesis is to compare the laws in the EU and Turkey on trademark dilution in the light of case law. In the first part, EU law is explained under the headings of Trademark Directive, Trademark Regulation and Benelux trademark law. In the second part, Turkish trademark on dilution examined. The comparison part focused on the similarities and differences between the sides mainly which mainly focus on reputation, likelihood of confusion, detri-mentally to distinctive character or reputation, due cause and the proof requisites to anti-dilution protection. It was concluded that, although European Union and Turkey has different structures, policies and aims in trademark law; political relations between parties makes the trademark laws against dilution develop in similar way.