Showing posts with tag supreme court.
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Poland: can color be monopolized?
Tags: Polish Supreme Court, non-traditional trade marks, single colour, trade mark infringement, trademark law, unfair competition delict, unfair competition law
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 27/10/2010 @ 11.39
 
Poland: the Supreme Court speaks on copyrights and trade marks
Tags: Polish Supreme Court. trade mark rights, copyright infringement, copyrightable subject matter, threshold of creativity
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 17/09/2010 @ 18.13
 
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
 
Greece - Issues of bad faith in a puzzling dispute decided by the Greek Council of State
Tags: Greece, Council of State, Supreme Court, trade marks, bad faith, Leonard Fashion, BATIS
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 07/06/2010 @ 15.17
 
The Polish Supreme Court speaks on reputation and criteria for trade mark infringement
Tags: Polish Patent Office, Polish courts, Polish law, Polish Supreme Court, famous trade marks, reputed trade marks, trade mark infringement
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 11/03/2010 @ 10.36
 
Greek Supreme Court affirms toothpaste design is not distinctive
Tags: Greece, Council of State, supreme court, lack of distinctiveness, crowded field
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 26/10/2009 @ 13.23
 
The Principality finally prevails – MONTE CARLO not registrable for key chains and tale watches
Tags: absolute grounds for refusal, Greek supreme court, Greek trade marks, Monaco, Monte Carlo
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 22/05/2009 @ 07.45
 
Poland: average consumer and advertising of pharmaceutical products
Tags: Advertising, Pharmaceutical trade marks, Polish Supreme Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 07/05/2009 @ 10.43
 
Poland: Nice Classification in proceedings
Tags: Classification of goods, Poland, Polish Patent Office, Polish Supreme Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 28/04/2009 @ 11.00
 
Poland: OKPOL vs. VELUX
Tags: Famous marks, Polish courts, Polish Supreme Court, similarity of marks, threshold for similarity, unfair competition
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 27/03/2009 @ 13.01