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Elzaburu Propiedad Industrial e Intelectual
ELZABURU es una firma especializada en propiedad industrial e intelectual y tecnologías de la información, cuya misión es proteger, defender
ELZABURU es una firma especializada en propiedad industrial e intelectual y tecnologías de la información, cuya misión es proteger, defender

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How will Brexit affect the rights of EUTM holders?
The practical implications of Brexit as far as the
rights of EU trademark holders are concerned will likely only be felt
around 3 years following the United Kingdom’s formal notice of withdrawal from
the EU; they nevertheless compel EU trademark holders to ...

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The patent act has died. Long live the Patent Act!
The 1986 Spanish Patent Act has died of natural causes in Madrid, aged 31. Its successor, Law 24/2015 , saw the light of day on Saturday 1 April, after a 21-month gestation period, thanks to the publication of its Implementing Regulation in the Official Sta...

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Lawyers from 28 countries analyse the legal challenges faced by start-ups
The 3rd IBASilicon Beach Conference - All Along the Spectrum – From Start-Up to IPO/Exit
and Beyond was held in Santa Monica, California from 1 to 3 February 2017. We at ELZABURU’s entrepreneurship and
start-ups area (Legal & Business Department) had the ch...

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Licensing in Spain:
ELZABURU Partner Javier Fernández-Lasquetty together with lawyers Alba López and Martín Bello  answer the key questions of concern to corporations and their counsel when dealing with licensing laws in Spain. Areas covered include: kinds of licences, law aff...

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Mercantile courts make a move
The Official State Gazette for the
penultimate day of the year came out with a surprise in the form of the
publication of a decision whereby the National Judicial Council has designated
specialized courts to hear IP related lawsuits in the following autonom...

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The graphic representation of the Rubik’s Cube will no longer be a trademark in the European Union
All of us will be familiar with the famous puzzle
invented in 1974 by Erno Rubik. The cube has a core mechanism with intersecting
axes allowing each of the six faces to rotate independently, thus giving shape
to a six-colour puzzle. Given the worldwide succ...

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Brexit: Prospects for data protection
The decision made by the British people in the 23 June
2016 referendum has multiple consequences, many of them legal.  Some have already been addressed, but the
issue of what Brexit could mean for European citizens’ privacy and data protection
rights has be...

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Increase in number of counterfeit goods seized by customs authorities in the EU in 2015
On 23 September, the European Commission published its report on the
results of the border measures against infringement of industrial and
intellectual property rights in 2015. According to the report, in 2015 a total of 40,728,675 products
suspected of inf...

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Infringement of an EU trademark... but not in the whole of the EU
The Court of Justice of the European
Union has recently delivered its judgment in case C-223/15, combit Software (judgment of 22 September 2016, ECLI:EU:C:2016:719 )
concerning the interpretation of the unitary character of the European Union
trademark in r...

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Confirmed! The holders of licenses in Community designs may also bring claims themselves even though the license has not been entered in the register
Only some months after having given a ruling ( case C-163/15 )  to the effect
that the holders of licenses in Community trademarks (or, rather, “European
Union trademarks”, as they now are)  were
entitled to bring actions for infringement against third part...
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