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A Case-Law Study On Justification Of Non-Use Of A Trademark
Despite annulment of Article 14 of the Decree No. 556 by the Turkish Constitutional Court has created a lacuna about the legal ground of the use obligation of trademarks...
Turkey
24 Jun 2019
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Turkey Abandons Comparative Advertisements
It should be noted that unfair competition is regulated under the Turkish Commercial Code in an extensive and open-ended manner.
Turkey
18 Mar 2019
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Evaluation of the European Commission's Conclusions in the 2018 Report on Intellectual Property Law in Turkey
The European Commission ("Commission") has released a report on April 17, 2018, which contained important findings of fact and assessments regarding Turkey's political situation, economic development, regional issues and international obligations.
Turkey
8 Aug 2018
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Significance Of Proof Of Use In Trademark Oppositions Under Turkish Law
The Industrial Property Law with Number 6769 ("IP Law") has been published in the Official Gazette of January 10, 2017, introducing several changes to the Turkish trademarks law.
Turkey
6 Feb 2018
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A New Regulation Regarding Employees' Inventions Is Published
The employer may object to the categorization of the invention as an independent invention within 3 months of the notification.
Turkey
10 Jan 2018
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Awards Of Excessive Compensation Under Turkish Intellectual And Industrial Property Law
Article 17 of the Turkish Constitution provides that "Everyone has … the right to protect and improve his/her corporeal and spiritual existence."
Turkey
31 Jul 2017
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A Holistic Approach To The Proposed Changes To The IP Law
The Law No. 5846 on Intellectual and Artistic Works ("IP Law") is the main legislation in Turkey that is applicable to copyright related matters.
Turkey
22 Jun 2017
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A Milestone for Industrial Property Rights: The New Law
For many years, in order to cover any rights pertaining to trademarks, patents, designs, utility models and geographical indications, one had to look at an assortment of decree laws instead of consulting a single, united code.
Turkey
1 Mar 2017
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The High Court Of Appeals Rules That Judges Cannot Resort To Experts In Assessment Of Likelihood Of Confusion In Trademarks
The High Court of Appeals, Assembly of Civil Chambers has recently ruled on the issue of whether appointment of an expert for assessment of likelihood of confusion in trademarks is admissible under Turkish Procedural Law (E. 2014/11-696, K. 2016/778, 8.6.2016).
Turkey
16 Jan 2017
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The Benchmark For An Advertising Slogan To Be Registered As A Trademark In Turkey
Advertising slogans are, in a nutshell, short expressions or idioms that brand owners use in advertising in order to make the advertised product or service remembered easily and also to have the slogan be associated with the product, thus the brand.
Turkey
3 May 2016
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Registration Of Layout Of A Store As Trademark
Could design and layout of a retail store be registered as a three-dimensional trademark? Apparently yes.
Turkey
25 Apr 2016
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Assignment Of Trademarks And Licensing Of Trademarks In Turkey
Turkish law provides for both the assignment and license of trademarks. It is important to distinguish trademark related rights borne from assignment and licensing as this will determine the scope of rights that are exercisable.
Turkey
18 May 2015
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Review Of The Constitutional Court Decision On The Cancellation Of Article 42/1(C) Of The Decree Law No. 556, Regarding Nullity Of Trademarks Based On Nonuse
The Constitutional Court cancelled Article 42/1(c) of the Decree Law on Protection of Trademarks No. 556, upon request of İstanbul 4th Civil Court for Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights.
Turkey
21 Oct 2014
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Intellectual Property Law Perspectives on the Legal Landscape regarding Parallel Imports in Turkey
The more registered intellectual property rights ("IP rights") a country has, the more the country benefits, since IP rights lead to increased international trade by attracting direct investment and thus lead to increases in GDP growth and the labor market
Turkey
13 May 2010
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