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The Greek TM Office: How much of Alicante should be enough?
Tags: Greece, OHIM, Greek Trademark Office, DCIP, absolute grounds, case law
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 04/09/2013 @ 11.48
 
Greece: Is the final appeal before the administrative courts becoming a tougher challenge?
Tags: Greece, trademarks, courts, administrative courts, appeal, final appeal, Council of State, case law, jurisprudence, admissibility
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 23/01/2013 @ 11.15
 
Judges seminar at the GR TM Office
Tags: Greece, TM Office, seminar, judges, case law, harmonization
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 17/09/2012 @ 07.46
 
Poland: big advertising and personal rights
Tags: Polish Appellate Court, Polish Civil Code, advertising law, case law, personal rights
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 12/07/2010 @ 11.51
 
Polish patent attorneys' professionalism
Tags: Polish Act on Patent Attorneys, Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys, Polish Supreme Court, Polish patent attorneys, case law
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 25/06/2010 @ 12.57
 
Yearly Overview - Decisions of the Boards of Appeal - 2009
Tags: ohim, boards of appeal, case law, grounds of refusal
Posted By: Mark Schweizer
Posted on 25/05/2010 @ 13.57
 
Poland: time of bad faith in trade mark application
Tags: Polish Patent Office, Polish Supreme Administrative Court, bad faith, case law, reputed trade marks, trade mark invalidation, Kenzo
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 20/04/2010 @ 19.09
 
Poland: no similarity between PRINCE POLO and MARCO POLO trade marks
Tags: Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, Polish Act on Trade marks, Polish Patent Office, Voivodeship Administrative Court, bad faith, case law, reputed trade marks, similarity of signs
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 15/04/2010 @ 16.10
 
'Summer Skin' No Trade Mark Rules Belgian Supreme Court
Tags: benelux case law
Posted By: Gino Van Roeyen
Posted on 20/11/2009 @ 11.40
 
Calling all readers: do you know of a case ...?
Tags: Case law, office decisions, arbitrations
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 22/10/2009 @ 16.47