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Fancy a bit of legislative consolidation? Well, here it is!
Tags: Legislation, Consolidated Regulation
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 29/07/2016 @ 04.09
 
Infringement of GIs for wines, spirits and other edible goodies in the EU: a report
Tags: GIs, GI infringement
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 27/04/2016 @ 07.52
 
'WOODCRACKER' not in dictionary, so distinctive for machines
Tags: Finland, registrability, descriptive mark, distinctive mark, dictionary meaning
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 04/04/2016 @ 00.10
 
Nestlé loses KitKat appeal, but there may be more to come
Tags: KitKat, 3D shape, distinctiveness, registrability
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 20/01/2016 @ 15.16
 
"We need to talk about Anne": a critique of a recent OHIM Board of Appeal decision
Tags: CTM, registration of names,famous persons
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 16/12/2015 @ 20.38
 
GIs for non-agricultural EU products? We're getting there!
Tags: GIs, non-agricultural products
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 15/10/2015 @ 23.05
 
Expo Milan GI event: now you can access all the materials
Tags: Expo Milan, GIs
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 08/10/2015 @ 23.01
 
Breaking news: CJEU rules today on Kit Kat shape questions
Tags: Registration, three-dimensional shapes
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 16/09/2015 @ 15.59
 
Greece: Seminar on Greek and Community Trade Mark registration systems
Tags: Greece, trade marks, registration systems, CTM, OHIM, co-existence, parallel legal orders
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 03/09/2015 @ 16.23
 
Finnish double meanings: a headache for examiners and judges?
Tags: Finland, registrability, ambiguous words
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 26/08/2015 @ 18.45