EUTM courts: the distinctive functioning of a characteristic court Intermediate New
In the European Union, unitary trademarks valid throughout the EU have been established through the EU Trademark Regulation (EUTMR), which has its own jurisdictional regime. The EUTMR does not establish a separate court system, but for infringement actions it grants international jurisdiction to certain specified courts, the EU trade mark courts, which are national courts functioning as EU courts ...
EDB is a Free of charge, secure platform enabling real-time exchange of information between right holders and enforcement authorities. The EDB is a legal tool: its use by law enforcement authorities is founded on article 2(1) of Regulation EU 386/2012 establishing the mandate of the EU Observatory Speaker: Blanca ARTECHE - EUIPO - Observatory Department
This webinar gives an introduction to the European case-law on the parallel importation of pharmaceutical preparations and the principle of exhaustion of trade mark rights. Against this background, it will be discussed how this case law applies to other product categories such as foodstuffs and – most recently – medicinal products. IPLawIPREnforcement series course. Speaker: Dr. David. E...
The presentation gives a short introduction to 3D printing. It analyses the implications of 3D printing for IP law in general, and the impact it has to design rights and copyright. IPLawIPREnforcement series course. Speaker: Dr. Marc MIMLER, Bournemouth University
Infringement of protected Geographical Indications for wine, spirits, agricultural products and foodstuffs in the European Union (Intermediate level) Intermediate
The main objective of this study is to assess the size and value of the EU GI product market and the proportion of products in that market that infringe GIs protected in the EU. The impact of these infringements on EU consumers is also estimated. Speaker: Nathan WAJSMAN - EUIPO - Observatory Department
The presentation explains the different types of IP, as well as how to enforce IPRs within the EU, in particular, civil remedies and the weaknesses of the civil route. Speaker: Eric Gastinel - EUIPO - Observatory Department
In this presentation the evolution of EU legislation relevant to custom role is analysed. The core part of presentation is dedicated to the procedure under Regulation (EU) No 608/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 June 2013 concerning customs enforcement of intellectual property rights and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1383/2003. Speaker: Ninoslav Babić - EUIPO ...
The Protection of IP Rights through Tort Law: the civil law approach: "l´action en concurrence déloyale" (Unfair competition) 14-9-2016 (Intermediate level) Intermediate
Presentation of civil law in relation to unfair competition citing conditions and different case studies in relation to copyright, combination of claims and so forth. Speaker: Professor Célia ZOLYNSKI, University Paris Saclay
The Protection of IP Rights through Tort Law: the common law approach: the law of passing-off 14-9-2016 (Intermediate level) Intermediate
The presentation addresses the topic of protecting IP Rights through Tort Law in the United Kingdom. Geoffrey Hobbs QC explains the requirements of a successful action for passing off, the common law tort protecting the goodwill of a trader from misrepresentation, and analyses relevant court judgments. Speaker: Geoffrey HOBBS QC; One Essex Court - London
The Commission proposes to widen the list of possible IPR infringements to be controlled by customs at the border. The new regulation would include infringements such as illegal parallel trade and lookalike trade mark. Illegal parallel trade is the trade in goods that have not been marketed by the right holder (or with his approval) in the EEA and are distributed through channels of distribution t...