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Morrison & Foerster LLP
Online platform operators have a rare cause to be cautiously optimistic at news from the European court. In a recently-published European Court of Justice (ECJ)...
Gowling WLG
France has long provided an effective system for the protection of trademark rights
Bardehle Pagenberg
On May 14, 2020, the Enlarged Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office (EPO) decided that excluding "essentially biological processes for the production of plants...
Bardehle Pagenberg
Am 14. Mai 2020 entschied die Große Beschwerdekammer des Europäischen Patentamtes, dass der Ausschluss von „im Wesentlichen biologische[n] Verfahren zur Züchtung von ...
Gowling WLG
It's no secret that Germany is home to some of the world's most valuable brands
We live in a digital age where access to information has never been easier. No longer having to scroll through complex and endless spreadsheets and obtain an analytical degree...
Russian Federation
Gowling WLG
Statistics show that Russia was among the top 10 designated member states of the Hague Agreement in 2018, with 1,547 international applications in the country's first year.
Gorodissky & Partners
This jurisdiction is not a member of the European Union; we have no European Union Trade Marks.
Gowling WLG
Whether you already do business in Russia or are just considering entering the market, managing and defending your trademarks rights can be a daunting prospect
Logan & Partners
Vicky Walker, an experienced French surgeon, came up with an innovative idea about a hip joint that can be worn externally, without requiring surgery.
Gun + Partners
In the first of two posts, Utku Süngü and Mutlu yıldırım Köse consider the impact of COVID-19 on filing trends in Turkey.
Ozdagistanli Ekici Avukatlık Ortaklığı
Ticari hayattaki gelişmeler Marka Hukuku'na da yeni yaklaşımlar getirmektedir. Bunun bir örneği olarak "geleneksel olmayan markalar"
Ozdagistanli Ekici Avukatlık Ortaklığı
The developments in business activities cause changes in Trademark Law, as well.
Gowling WLG
As long ago as 1892, a judge reportedly said that, short of losing all his family by influenza, the worst thing that could happen to a person was to become involved in patent litigation.
Marks & Clerk
The High Court has ruled that a major copyright infringement claim brought by the Performing Right Society for Music (PRS) against Qatar Airways should be heard in the English courts.
Marks & Clerk
The EUIPO First Board of Appeal has decided that the 3D shape of the "Moon Boot" no longer functions as a trade mark, and cancelled the trade mark registration for footwear in class 25.
Marks & Clerk
This isn't the first time Louis Vuitton has had to defend a challenge in the EU against the validity of its Damier "chequerboard" pattern.
Gowling WLG
It has been almost two months since the UK officially left the EU on Friday, 31 January 2020, yet it remains in a period of transition. For intellectual property professionals, rights holders and
Sayenko Kharenko
Everyday consumers come face to face with brands, from brushing their teeth and having a cup of coffee in the morning to finishing their day with a glass of wine
This webinar, jointly hosted on 23 July 2020, covers the patentability of diagnostic inventions in Europe, Canada and the US.
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