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Small Changes That Make A Big Difference - The Recent Amendments To Polish IP Law
With a slight lag of two months, on 11 March, the Polish President signed the bill amending Intellectual Property Law ("IP Law")
Poland
1 Apr 2019
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Beware: Not Only May 25 But Also June 9 Has Passed
It seems not only companies but also many Member States were so busy preparing for the GDPR that they lost sight of the Trade Secrets Directive that should have been transposed into national laws by June 9.
European Union
13 Jun 2018
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Employee Consent To Data Processing
Under Polish labour law, an employer may request the following data from an employee:
Poland
21 Feb 2018
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Odpovědnost provozovatelů obchodních prodejních mist za porušování práv z duševního vlastnictví
Žalobci se následně dovolali k Nej- vyššímu soudu, který předložil spornou otázku postavení žalovaného jakožto zprostředkovatele k posouzení Soudní- mu dvoru EU.
European Union
2 May 2017
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The Schoenher Journal - April 2017: Legal Developments in the Czech Republic (Czech language)
The Schoenherr Journal, published in April 2017 by Schoenherr's Prague office examines the most recent and most important legal developments in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
 
28 Apr 2017
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#Rio2016 - A Trademark Infringement?
The registration of a sign as a trademark does not mean that the sign cannot be used without the permission of the trademark owner at all.
Austria
22 Aug 2016
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One And Two Character Domain Names Will Be Available Soon Under The Austrian ccTLD <.at>
As of 29 August 2016, nic.at will initiate the launch process of approx 5,000 one and two character domain names under the TLD [.at].
Austria
3 Aug 2016
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CJEU Rules On Liability Of Marketplace Operators For Trademark Infringements
Should landlords care about their tenants' IP infringements? According to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), they should!
European Union
13 Jul 2016
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"Brexit" - BrexIP?
Besides coverage of the UEFA-championship, news of the UK vote on "Brexit" dominated the news last week.
European Union
29 Jun 2016
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EU Trademark System Changes - Practical Effects On Portfolio Management And Strategy
The EU trademark system has undergone substantial reform. A first set of changes entered into force on 23 March 2016.
European Union
29 Mar 2016
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<.insurance> - A New gTLD Targeting The Insurance Sector
Industry related generic Top-Level Domain ("gTLD") <.insurance> provides new opportunities and new challenges for online activities in the insurance sector.
Austria
7 Mar 2016
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Draft Of New Trademark Act Introduces Trademark Opposition System And Various Other Changes
The draft of Serbia's new Trademark Act strives to remove shortcomings in the existing trademark legislation and further harmonize Serbian laws with those of the European Union.
Serbia
8 Feb 2016
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Letters Of Consent Once Again Effective In Patent Office Proceedings
In Poland, procedures related to granting protection to international trade mark are regulated by The Industrial Property Law of 30 June 2000 ("IPL").
Poland
16 Dec 2015
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New Law Grants Attorneys At Law With The Right Of Trademark Administration Before The Polish Patent Office
The procedures governing the administration of industrial property rights, managed by the Polish Patent Office, have to date been regulated by the Industrial Property Law of 30 June 2000 ("IPL").
Poland
27 Oct 2015
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<.bank> - A New gTLD Targeting the Financial Sector
The industry-related generic Top-Level Domain ("gTLD") <.bank> provides new opportunities and new challenges for online activities in the financial services sector
Austria
7 Jan 2015
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Having Problems With Counterfeits?
On 1 January 2014, the new Product Piracy Regulation (EU) 608/2013 ("PPR 2014") entered into force.
European Union
6 Feb 2014
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IP Matters In The Due Diligence Process
A number of issues may arise in a transaction where a new owner acquires a business or assets and can play an important role in the decision-making process.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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New Principles For The Assessment Of Genuine Use Of Community Trademarks
The CJEU decision in the case Leno Merken leads to legal uncertainty concerning the territorial extent to which a Community Trademark must be used in order to avoid vulnerability due to lack of use.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Consequences Of Croatia's Accession To The EU For National And Community Trademarks
Trademark right is a form of monopoly; it guarantees its proprietor exclusive rights on market.
Croatia
28 Jan 2014
20
Protection Against Counterfeiting – Who Can Really Help?
The issue of counterfeiting has become more important with the increase of piracy and the import of goods from emerging markets suspected of breaching intellectual property rights.
Czech Republic
3 Jul 2013
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