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An increasing number of clients are receiving solicitations encouraging them to submit payment for trademark services.
Istanbul is set to become an international arbitration centre.
Marco D’Angelo, marketing and business development director...
The Supreme Court has ruled on crucial issues concerning the position of a former employee in receipt of a company’s confidential information.
Serbia’s Ministry of Finance and Economy continues its intensive work on amendments to the tax laws.
The ECJ has provided some helpful guidance on the interpretation of the Council Directive 93/13/EEC of 5 April 1993 on unfair terms in consumer contracts.
The European Commission has published its much-awaited proposals on private damages actions.
Three unrelated legislative initiatives are likely to have a significant impact on the ability to seek collective redress in Belgium in the near future.
US firm McGuireWoods is expanding its Brussels competition and EU team with four lawyers, including one partner, from Squire Sanders.
Dechert has recruited a duo of lawyers from Orrick Rambaud Martel, including partner Matthieu Grollemund, to boost its corporate team in Paris.
German firm Oppenhoff & Partner has recruited two more partners for its Frankfurt office, which is set to launch in August this year.
All the latest partner hires and other appointments within Continental European firms and offices.
The CJEU has ruled that brand owners can establish ‘genuine use’ of a registered trademark when that use derives from a different composite trademark.
The claimants in this case were Greek yogurt manufacturer FAGE and its UK distributor. FAGE had been making Greek yogurt in Greece and selling it in the UK for 30 years.
The General Court has upheld a decision that there is a likelihood of confusion between the applicant’s ‘Caffè KIMBO’ mark and the earlier well-known unregistered Spanish ‘BIMBO’ word mark.
Transparency requirements under the French Sunshine Act: life sciences companies in the dark?download
The long-awaited implementing decree of the Loi ‘Bertrand’ and its interpretative Circular were issued on 21 and 29 May respectively.
Material Adverse Change clauses are common in credit agreements, but are rarely interpreted by the courts.
French entities engaged in proceedings before the English court were required to comply with an order for specific disclosure despite the risk of prosecution under French law for doing so.
The EC has adopted a set of proposals in an attempt to make it easier for victims of competition law breaches to bring claims for compensation.
The Banking & Finance Litigation Update covers current developments affecting DLA Piper’s area of practice and its clients during the preceding month.