ELZABURU is a multidisciplinary Spanish professional Firm established in 1865, made up of lawyers, industrial property attorneys, engineers, and graduates in chemistry, biology, and physics, providing services in the following Practice Areas:
The Advocate General’s conclusions in Huawei v ZTE (C-170/13) amount to a significant departure from the very strict conditions laid down by the BGH in the Orange Book case regarding standard essential patents and anti-trust law.
The European Patent Office has released a 2014 edition of its Guidelines for Examination which took effect on 1 November 2014. The most significant change refers to the question of added subject matter.
Manuel Desantes, Professor of Private international law at the University of Alicante, and member Of Counsel of ELZABURU, has been invited to give the opening lecture of the Congress on "New Perspectives of Copyright in Europe"
The 15th FICPI Open Forum is being held in our country on 5 to 8 November, and ELZABURU's Managing Partner, Antonio Tavira, will be taking part in a round table on the topic of "Leading a Team of IP Professionals"
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