For the fifth year running, our Firm is delighted to share ELZABURU’s Annual Review of European Intellectual Property Case-Law with our clients and colleagues in the profession.
In a recent decision, the CJEU considered that an injured party who claims compensation for material damage can also claim compensation for moral damages.
Associate-partner, Juan José Caselles, discusses the recently published OECD/EUIPO report on counterfeit goods.
After a lengthy passage, the EU Trade Secrets Directive finally received the approval of the European Parliament on 15 April 2016.
On 4 April 2016 the U.S. Senate gave its unanimous approval to the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), amending the Economic Espionage Act (EEA).
Since it was first adopted in Madrid in 1891 with the aim of facilitating the internationalization of trademarks in a world that had already embarked on the path of globalization, the system has continued to adapt and grow.
For the fifth year running the ELZABURU Firm takes pleasure in sharing its Annual Review of European IP Case Law with its clients, colleagues, and friends.
ELZABURU recently had the occasion to celebrate with pride the prosecution of the 90,000th patent validation application to be handled by the firm.
Commentary of The English Cut case on the principles for applying Article 8(5) CTMR about trademark reputation.
Commentary of the Puerta de la Bastida case on coercive compensation.