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IPPT publishes a selection of intellectual property case law that is of relevance both for European IP-professionals and students of European IP law.

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EU trade mark “NEUSCHWANSTEIN” not descriptive and not registered in bad faith

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European Parliament votes in favour of new copyright laws

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A-G CJEU: EU law does not preclude national legislation concerning publication

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CIOPORA Academy Workshop on Intellectual Property for Plants - September 5 - 6, 2018

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Member States are required to recognize a body collectively representing trade mark proprietors if national law allows that body to bring legal proceedings

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Posting a presentation written by one of the school's pupils on the school website, which included a photograph that is freely accessible on the internet can be considered as an act of communication to a new public

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CJEU on criteria for products that are "protected by a basic patent in force” in the SPC Regulation for Medicinal Products

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Trade mark propietor is entitled to oppose debranding

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IViR: "Number of Internet pirates in Europe decreases, legal media consumption rising"

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Evidence submitted by KitKat must be capable of establishing acquired distinctive character throughout all Member States

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A-G CJEU: taste does not constitute a work

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The General Court was right to consider that EUIPO failed its obligation to state reasons by failing to refer to earlier judgements about PUMA's recognition

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Adding additional label to parallel imported medical device does not constitute a trade mark infringement

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Representation of a design for which registration is sought requires to clearly identify that design

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Board of Appeal may take account of additional evidence of use which is submitted after the time period set by the Board

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