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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.

 

Pablo Hernández, Head of the Media & Entertainment Area at ELZABURU, analyzes the recent reform of the copyright regime in Spain.

 

OHIM held to have acted in breach of duty to provide statement of reasons

The recent judgment of the General Court in case T-605/13 shows the obligation of the OHIM to state clear reasons in its decisions.

 

Commentary of the case TENGO UNA PREGUNTA PARA USTED, related to a possible plagiarism of TV formats.

 

The 18 September 2014 ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union, the "Tripp-Trapp" case, has added definition to the interpretation of specific three-dimensional shapes for registration as trademarks.

 

The rules of play as far as digitisation is concerned are a little clearer now thanks to the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) of 11 September 2014 in Case C-117/13 TU Darmstadt, or are they?

 

Lisbon System Working Group report

Report about the participation of Associate Partner Miguel Ángel Medina, as MARQUES representative, at a Session of the WIPO Working Group on the Development of the Lisbon System (Geographical Indications) last June.

 

The European Commission has published a green paper regarding a public consultation on a possible extension of geographical indication (GI) protection of the European Union to non-agricultural products.

 

CTM Court sides with IKEA against "parasitic" use of its well-known mark

The Spanish Community Trademark Court has upheld a complaint filed by well-known multi national company IKEA for infringement of its trademark against a company which operated under the marks IKEATELO and IKEVAMOS

 
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