Elzaburu, covid-19 statement

 

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1st STATEMENT – ELZABURU and the state of alarm declaration in Spain

Dear clients, colleagues and friends,

The Spanish government, by means of the Royal Decree published in the Official State Gazette of Saturday, 14 March, has declared a state of alarm throughout Spain, for a period of 15 days. This declaration, made in accordance with Spanish legislation, is aimed at protecting the health and safety of citizens, containing the spread of COVID-19 and strengthening the public health system. We wish to advise as follows in relation to the government’s declaration:

1. Fortunately, as far as we aware, all of Elzaburu’s workforce, professionals, technical specialists and administrative staff, are in good health.

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2nd STATEMENT – Procedural deadlines

Have all IP litigations in Spain come to a halt?

The state of alarm declared in Spain as a result of the spread of COVID-19 could lead to consider that court proceedings are placed entirely on hold for fifteen days. However, we would like to draw attention to certain differences that shall be observed depending on the nature of the action:

1. On-line Infringements
The procedure for safeguarding against online copyright infringements remains operational. The removal of illicit content can still be requested by means of the online procedure of the Ministry of Culture’s Intellectual Property Commission. There are no changes either with respect to the possibility of removing content from Internet platforms via the corresponding dispute resolution mechanisms.

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3rd STATEMENT – Postal and courier deliveries

At this very difficult time for us all, we wish to send our clients, colleagues, friends and their families and loved ones, all our support and best wishes for good health.

The measures imposed by the Spanish government under Royal Decree-Law No. 10/2020 of 29 March 2020, have forced us to adopt certain precautions with regard to postal and courier deliveries. In this regard, from today and barring any indication from us to the contrary, we must ask you to please proceed as follows:

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