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A recent judgment by the CJEU set aside a decision of the General Court annulling an OHIM decision to invalidate a Community trade mark owned by the National Lottery Commission, based on the presumed existence of an earlier copyright.

 

The MARQUES guide to the EU trade mark reforms

Associate partner, Miguel Ángel Medina, highlights the next Community trademark reforms on coexistence agreements and certification marks.

 

The European General Court has issued a judgment (Case T-71/14) upholding the grant of the SWATCHBALL trademark although SWATCH opposed to the registration.

 

More on the "cyber jurisdiction"

Each network sets its own rules, and what are purportedly the social network's terms of use take on the effect of a body of legal and procedural rules that have to be followed when trying to settle the growing number of disputes.

 

The National Lottery wins the prize

A recent judgment by the CJEU set aside a decision of the General Court annulling an OHIM decision to invalidate a Community trade mark owned by the National Lottery Commission, based on the presumed existence of an earlier copyright.

 

Obviousness : not for experts

The Spanish Supreme Court has ruled that the question of obviousness in inventive step is a legal matter.

 

Huawei ruling: bad news for SEPs?

The judgment 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 judgment by the European Court of Human Rights in the matter of Delfi AS vs Estonia has caused a bit of a stir. At its core is another conflict between freedom of expression and the right to honour involving the mass media

 

The progressive breakdown of the legal system regulating compensatory remuneration for private copying has given rise to some unusual cases as a March judgment on the Nokia case.

 

The progressive breakdown of the legal system regulating compensatory remuneration for private copying has given rise to some unusual cases as a March judgment on the Nokia case.

 
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