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WIPO’s “Appellations of origin” Bulletin
Tags: GIs, appellations of origin, Lisbon system, international registration
Posted By: Edith Van den Eede
Posted on 07/03/2012 @ 14.22
 
Will Slovakia say farewell to its old domain name registration system?
Tags: Slovakia, domain name registration
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 30/11/2011 @ 18.21
 
Rospatent says "nyet" to Putin-Medvedev Vodka
Tags: Russia, Registration
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 30/03/2011 @ 23.07
 
Trade marks as birthday presents: can it be done?
Tags: registration
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 29/12/2010 @ 10.07
 
Estonian domain name registration gets "ee-sier"
Tags: Estonia, domain name registration
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 25/06/2010 @ 16.08
 
Poland: problems with agents and representatives
Tags: Article 6septies, Bad faith, international registration, Paris Convention, Poland, Polish law, Polish Patent Office, Polish Supreme Administrative Court, Polish trade marks
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 30/03/2010 @ 15.43
 
Poland: GESTROL is not always similar to GESTROLTEX
Tags: Polish Minister of Health, Polish Patent Office, medicinal product, pharmaceutical trade marks, Voivodeship Administrative Court, Office for Registration of Medicinal Products, Medical Devices and Biocides, similarity of signs, average consumer
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 02/02/2010 @ 11.58
 
Du Pareil au même fails to ensure trade mark protection against Zara France
Tags: France, validity, use in form other than that of registration
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 31/01/2010 @ 23.35
 
Poland: procedural problems
Tags: Bad faith, Poland, Polish courts, Polish law, Polish Patent Office, Polish Supreme Administrative Court, trade mark registration
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 13/08/2009 @ 15.12
 
Poland: tricky representative
Tags: Article 6septies, Bad faith, international registration, Paris Convention, Poland, Polish law, Polish Patent Office, Polish Supreme Administrative Court, Polish trade marks
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 12/08/2009 @ 12.38