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For the first time since the 2003 modernisation, the Italian Antitrust Authority puts under scrutiny vertical restraints.
The judgment that brought an end to the Mondadori affair offers an opportunity for some reflections on the issue of damage due to loss of chance.
On 23 September 2013, the Italian Supreme Court decided on the so-called ‘galenical exemption’ provided by Italian laws as a limitation to the enforceability of pharmaceutical patents.
The European Court of Justice has decided that the trademark owner has the right to withdraw the consent to use the trademark granted to a third party.
The European Patent Organisation has amended the provisions of the European Patent Convention dealing with the requirements for the filing of divisional patent applications.
On 3 October 2013, the Court of Justice of the European Union decided on the interpretation of article 5(3) of Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 on jurisdiction in civil and commercial matters.
This paper presumes knowledge of general background to the differences between the EU and the US in relation to geographical indications (GIs).
The European Court of Justice has ruled on whether metatags and domain names can be considered ‘advertising’ under the Comparative Advertising Directive.
This case is only the last of a long dispute among Budejovjcky Budva and Anheuser Busch over the right to use the term Budweiser.
With decision no. 20228, the Italian Supreme Court stated that the diversion of employees, in order to constitute unfair competition, requires the intent to damage the competitor’s business.
NCTM has released the October-November issue of its Shipping and Transport Bulletin.
The Italian Supreme Court asserted Italian jurisdiction over a request for a declaration of patent non-infringement of both an Italian and German portion of a European patent.
The ECJ held that the TRIPs (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) agreement falls within the field of the ‘common commercial policy of the union’.
The vitality of an economic system is also measured by its dynamism in M&A, which means by the number and value of transactions involving transfers of shareholdings and businesses.
The crosstalk on civil and commercial mediation deserves the interest of legal professionals and of anyone interested in justice.
The crosstalk on civil and commercial mediation, and in particular on the compulsory mediation attempt, deserves the interest of legal professionals and of anyone interested in justice.
The ICA has clarified how to determine the second threshold under the amended Article 16, paragraph 1, of Law no. 287/90 in the case of newly set-up joint ventures and mergers.
In this issue of our bulletin we analyse the possible consequences of the non-payment of an ocean freight.
The Civil Court of Bari admitted that Liliana De Curtis, Totò’s daughter and legal heir, was right to act against PDL for her father’s personal identity offense.
On 19 July 2013 entered into force EU Regulation No. 608/2013 concerning custom enforcement of intellectual property rights (the Regulation).