Regulation (EU) No. 2015/2424 amending the European Union's trade mark system comes into force on 23 March. The new system is on the starting grid and set to go and will usher in some changes to major practical aspects.
ELZABURU has been particularly honoured by this year's World Trademark Review in being the only firm to be awarded Gold Status for both "Enforcement and Litigation" and "Prosecution and Strategy" in Spain.
The Granada Court of Appeal has upheld a lower-court decision finding that the owner of the Café Jazz La Champagnería had infringed the 'Champagne' designation of origin.
The new Patent Act provides for far-reaching changes in the procedure for obtaining patents of invention in Spain in the future but at the same time ushers in new demands as well.
In response to a reference from the Brussels Court of Appeal, the CJEU held that Article 3(1) of Directive 2001/29/EC (the Infosoc Directive) must be interpreted as meaning that a broadcasting organisation does not carry out an act of "communication
Integrating intellectual property into the creative process is a key factor.
This guide provides a basic profile of Spain's trademark law and practice regarding certification markas and collective marks and the protection of geographical indications.
On October 27 2015 the European Commission published a report on EU Customs’ actions to enforce IP rights in 2014.
Elzaburu associate-partner, Miguel Ángel Medina, discusses the recent developments regarding the possible extension of geographical indication protection to non-agricultural products. i n the EU
The 2016 edition of Best Lawyers has listed eight lawyers from ELZABURU's IP practice area, together with lawyers from our Competition, New Technologies, and Data Protection practice areas.