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Well-Known Community Trademark May Be Protected In Member State Where It Has No Reputation
On 3 September 2015, the ECJ handed down its decision in Iron&Smith v Unilever and ruled that a Community trademark which has acquired a reputation in a substantial part of the EU may, under certain circumstances, also benefit from the extended protection for such trademarks in a member state where the trademark does not have a reputation.
European Union
14 Sep 2015
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New Measures To Counter Abuse Of Intellectual Property In China
China's State Administration of Industry and Commerce has published new rules to reduce abuse of intellectual property rights.
China
12 Jun 2015
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China Establishes Specialised Intellectual Property Courts
China is often criticised for its lack of protection for intellectual property rights. At the same time, Chinese companies account for a significant portion of intellectual property applications worldwide
China
23 Nov 2014
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European Court Of Justice Explains Exclusions For Three-Dimensional Trademarks
The European Court of Justice answered preliminary questions regarding the grounds on which registration of three-dimensional trademarks may be refused or invalidated.
Netherlands
17 Oct 2014
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China’s New Trademark Law Strengthens Position Of Trademark Owners
China’s new trademark law ushers in key changes in the areas of trademark registration, anti-piracy, well-known marks, proceedings and enforcement.
China
18 Jun 2014
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European Parliament Carries Amendments To Revision Of European Trademark System
In February 2014, the European Parliament voted on the revision of the European trademark system as proposed by the European Commission in March 2013.
European Union
16 Apr 2014
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Trademark Owners Should Monitor Use Of Their Trademark At All Levels
The ECJ ruled that a trademark can be revoked for the mere reason that the end users of the product see the trademark as a generic name.
European Union
15 Apr 2014
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ECJ Helps IP Owners Battle Online Sales Of Counterfeit Goods
Good news for rightsholders in the battle against the online sale of counterfeit goods.
European Union
17 Mar 2014
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European Commission Publishes Draft Legislation Concerning EU Trademark System After Leak
On 27 March 2013 the European Commission officially published this draft legislation concerning the European Trademark System after the text has been leaked a few days before.
European Union
18 Jul 2013
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Update: Draft Legislation EU Trademark System Officially Launched
The European Commission has officially recently launched this draft legislation a form consistent with the information we already provided you with.
Netherlands
9 Apr 2013
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Overhaul Of EU Trademark System Imminent: Draft Legislation Leaked
Draft legislation by the European Commission concerning the European Trademark System was recently leaked.
Netherlands
26 Mar 2013
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The Netherlands: The Country Of Cross-Border Injunctions In IP (Part 3 Of 3)
A commentaty on the granting of cross-border injunctions regarding intellectual property rights by Dutch courts.
Netherlands
26 Feb 2013
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The Netherlands: The Country Of Cross-Border Injunctions In IP
A discussion on the possibility to obtain cross-border injunctions in the Netherlands for a number of IP rights.
Netherlands
18 Feb 2013
14
The Country Of Cross-Border Injunctions In IP (Part 1 Of 3)
An overview of the possibility to obtain cross-border injunctions in the Netherlands for a number of IP rights.
Netherlands
12 Feb 2013
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Genuine Use Of A Community Trademark In One EU Country Can Be Sufficient
The CJ opted for a Community approach in assessing the territory where genuine use of a Community trademark takes place.
Netherlands
3 Jan 2013
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OEM Solely For Export Is Not Deemed An Infringement Of PRC Trademark Rights
In some cases a party that has branded goods manufactured in China for export ("OEM" manufacturing) holds the relevant trademark in the country of destination, while another party holds the relevant trademark in China.
China
14 Dec 2012
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Court Of Justice: Use Of Class Headings In Trademark Registration Is A Risk
The 19 June 2012 judgment of the Court in IP Translator (C-307/10) concerns trademark registration, especially how European trademark applicants should specify the goods and services for which they seek protection.
Netherlands
25 Sep 2012
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European Court Of Justice Gives Its Blessing To Dutch Cross-Border Practice
On 12 July 2012, the Court of Justice (⦣8364;śCJ⦣8364;ť) rendered its eagerly anticipated judgment in Solvay v Honeywell (C-616/10) relevant to the admissibility of cross-border injunctions in IP cases.
Netherlands
17 Jul 2012
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Use Of Class Headings In Trademark Registration Is A Risk
On 19 June 2012 the Court of Justice (the "Court") handed down its eagerly awaited judgment in IP Translator (C-307/10).
Netherlands
11 Jul 2012
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Detaining In Transito Counterfeit Goods
In the Netherlands, the Anti-Piracy Regulation ("APR") has also been applied to in transito goods.
Netherlands
20 Dec 2011
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