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By Selin Sinem Erciyas, Maral Sayan
By Selin Sinem Erciyas, Aysel Korkmaz Yatkın, Aysu Eryaşar
The Turkish Court of first instance held that the liability for damages arising from an unfair preliminary injunction (where no infringement was found in the action on the merits)
By Hande Hançar Çeli̇k, Elif Melis Özsoy
1. How does national law regulate the making of unsolicited telephone calls for marketing purposes?
By Beri̇l Yayla Sapan, Asena Aytuğ Keser
As a result of a presidential decree aimed at protecting the value of the Turkish lira, residents in Turkey are now prohibited from agreeing to the value of monetary obligations
By Güldeni̇z Doğan Alkan
Although it is not mandatory to send a demand letter before instituting proceedings in this jurisdiction, it is common to send such a letter.
By Dicle Doğan, Fatma Sevde Tan
On 9 May 2019, the Turkish Medicines and Medical Devices Agency published the draft Regulation on Sales, Advertisement and Promotion of Medical Devices (Turkish language)
By Güldeni̇z Doğan Alkan, Dicle Doğan
In 2017, both the Industrial Property Code No. 6769 (the IPC) and the Regulation on the Implementation of the IPC
By Hande Hançar Çeli̇k, Dicle Doğan, Begüm Soydan
In a very recent decision, the Re-examination and Evaluation Board ("Board") of the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office ("Office") has accepted that third party attempt to feminize the Johnnie Walker
By Pelin Baysal, Ilgaz Önder
There are 62 active insurance companies incorporated in Turkey, consisting of 39 non-life insurers, 18 life and pension insurers, four life insurers and one reinsurer.
By Begüm Yavuzdoğan Okumuş
On March 28, Turkey's Information Technologies and Communication Authority, the Bilgi Teknolojileri ve İletişim Kurumu, published its decision on remote programmable e-SIM technologies imposing localization...
By Asena Aytuğ Keser, Pınar Ece Bi̇şki̇n
When the new Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) was enacted in 2011, it introduced a brand new case type to Turkish litigation where the claimant files the action for receivables
By Ozge Atilgan Karakulak, Dicle Doğan
On April 2, 2019, the European Union ("EU") requested a consultation before the World Trade Organisation (‘WTO') regarding measures adopted by Turkey in relation to the production,
By Ozan Karaduman, Cansu Akbiyikli
Nowadays, Turkish real persons and/or legal entities may have a tendency to choose foreign law as applicable law to their contracts.
By Ayşen Kunt
FICPI – TURKEY arranged its fifth roundtable meeting on how goods/services similarity concept is interpreted in the doctrine of trademark law ...
By Ozge Atilgan Karakulak, Selin Sinem Erciyas
The supply of pharmaceutical products to Turkey via the named patient programme (NPP) is one of the exceptional importation regimes for pharmaceutical products.
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