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EU Court of Justice holds trade dress of flagship store eligible for trademark registration under EU law
The EU Court of Justice has ruled in favour of the eligibility for registration as a trademark, under EU law, of the overall appearance, trade dress and design of a flagship store.
Copyright — the on-screen copies and cached copies made by a user are licit also without the authorisation of the copyright holder
By a judgment issued on 5 June, the European Court of Justice has ruled on the interpretation of article 5 of Directive 2001/29/CE.
Advocate-general Pedro Cruz Villalón of the European Court of Justice has ruled on the nature and meaning of the concept of parody.
EU Court of Justice rules against referral to pre-determined percentages relating to the degree of recognition of the mark
The EU Court of Justice recently had the opportunity to clarify a set of crucial issues regarding the distinctive character of colour marks.
The Supreme Court has issued a decision in a case of an employee who sought payment of a fair premium for an invention he created during his employment.
The IP Court of Milan has issued an important decision over patent claims reformulation during a validity proceeding.
The ECJ has ruled on the conditions under which a geographical designation may be used to designate a product manufactured outside the relevant zone.
On 23 April 2014, the Court of Genova issued a decision on the admissibility and width of a ‘torpedo action’.
The Enlarged Board of Appeal has been requested to issue a decision as to which extent an amendment made during EPO opposition proceedings can be challenged for lack of clarity.
Petitioners have complained about the illicit use of works on the website www.cineblog-01.net.
Communication and reputation on the web: social networks have ultimately become the ‘viral’ environment for online defamation
diaThe Supreme Court has attempted to dissolve the initial ‘aura’ of mystery and newness associated to the new Facebook instrument and to its typical functions.
The subject of so-called ‘minibonds’ has become particularly topical, following the recent conversion into law of the decree law ‘Destinazione Italia’ at the end of February.
ECJ sheds new light soon after Pinckney upon criteria for establishing jurisdiction in copyright transnational infringement matters
The EU Court of Justice has ruled once again upon the issue of jurisdiction in relation to copyright infringement matters.
The long-awaited inter-ministerial decree relative to reorganise the copyright’s related right has been published.
Trademarks: the Italian Supreme Court rules on the ‘gold battle’ between food companies Barilla and Saiwa
The Supreme Court has denied that the word ‘Oro’ as part of the compound trademark ‘Oro Saiwa’, is capable of being distinctive.
On 2 April 2014, advocate-general Wathelet issued his opinion in the case C-345/13, Karen Millen Fashions v Dunnes Stores.
This note concerns a number of controversial issues regarding interest termed as ‘usurious’, referred to in Italian Law 108/1996 and in the Italian Criminal Code.
Shipping and Transportation Bulletin: circumvention of anti-dumping duties; concession fees; and more
NCTM comments on a recent EGC judgment dealing with circumvention of anti-dumping duties, a subject that has become quite frequent in international trade.
The EU Court of Justice has shed new light on the issue of trademark genericisation by drawing the boundaries of the concept of ‘relevant public’.
The General Court, in its decision of 25 March 2014, case T-291/12, made a statement on the ability of an advertising slogan to be registered as a trademark.