Elzaburu, Attorneys & Consultants. Intellectual Property. Spain.

Search News Items

ELZABURU appointed as committee member of the ITTN ( International Technology Transfer Network ) of China

ELZABURU has been appointed member of the Intellectual Property Committee of the ITTN ( International Technology Transfer Network ) of China as a specialist and qualified professional in the technology transfer field.

ELZABURU ranked in Top Tier for IP by Legal 500

The results of the prestigious Legal 500 ranking have recently been issued, and ELZABURU is included in the Top Tier of Spanish IP law firms.


WIPO has added Colm Ahern, Associate Partner in ELZABURU, to its list of arbitrators, mediators, and experts (panel of neutrals) for disputes involving information and communications technology (ICT) matters, for standard-essential patents.


Survey research on system for cancellation of registered trademark due to loss of distinctiveness in different countries: Community Trademarks

Study about cancellation procedures in different countries produced by the Japanese Group of AIPPI where ELZABURU has collaborated with the Community trademark system.


This year's ranking by the prestigious journal Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) has once again placed ELZABURU among the top intellectual and industrial property firms in Spain.


The Court of Justice of the EU has issued a judgment about the possibility that copyright holders could apply for an injunction against intermediaries whose services are used by a third party to infringe a copyright.


Nearly 30 years after passage of the current Patent Act, the legislation currently in force plainly stands in need of revision to bring it up to date with the advances made by society since that time.


On 20 March 2014, a new EU Regulation on geographical indications of aromatised wine products was published in the Official Journal.


Manuel Desantes, Professor of the University of Alicante and Of Counsel at ELZABURU, chaired the Conference on "The European Patent System versus European Patent System" hosted by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of Queen Mary, University of Lon


Good news for forgetful applicants in Spain

In a breakthrough decision the Madrid High Court has ordered the Spanish PTO to resume prosecution of a patent application whereby the applicant did not request the search report in the 15 months following the patent application.

  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  • |
  •  2 
  • |
  •  3 
  • |
  •  4 
  • |
  •  5 
  • |
  •  6 
  • |
  •  7 
  • |
  •  8 
  • |
  •  9 
  • |
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »


Search In:


We have published a new Cookies Policy explaining what Cookies are and how we use them on our Website. We use third-party Cookies to analyse user browsing and predetermine the user's language. If you wish to know more about Cookies, their functions and/or disable them, please read our Cookies Policy. Bear in mind that some parts of the Website will not function correctly if Cookies are disabled.
By continuing to use this Website, you are consenting to the use of Cookies.
Depending on whether or not you consent to the use of cookies on this Website, you will be sent an additional Cookie so that your choice is remembered and you do not have to accept the use of Cookies every time you access the Elzanet Website.