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Wolf Theiss
Trademarks do not need to be capable of graphic representation in the trademark register.
Dentons
On 1 January 2019, an amendment to Act No. 441/2003 Coll., on Trademarks, that implements new rules for trademark owners, came into effect.
Dentons
1. ledna 2019 nabyla účinnosti novela zákona č. 441/2003 Sb., o ochranných známkách, která zavádí nová pravidla pro vlastníky ochranných známek. Připravili jsme pro ...
Kinstellar
On 1 January 2019 an amendment to Czech trademark legislation entered into effect. The amendment incorporates applicable EU regulations, and also introduces some country specifics.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The Schoenherr Journal, published in April 2017 by Schoenherr's Prague office examines the most recent and most important legal developments in the Czech Republic
Taylor Wessing
The Czech Republic has adopted a new law concerning customs enforcement of intellectual property rights in relation to goods placed on the Czech national market (Act No. 355/2014 Coll.).
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The issue of counterfeiting has become more important with the increase of piracy and the import of goods from emerging markets suspected of breaching intellectual property rights.
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
We have recently received a number of remarkable court decisions, concerning rights in appellations. By a ruling on appeal against a rejecting first instance decision, the High Court in Prague ordered a preliminary injunction, imposing upon defendant an obligation to refrain from dispositions with a domain name which was (apart from others) a subject matter of the litigation.
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
The famous Czech brewery Budějovický Budvar (in German or English, Budweiser Budvar), established in the town of České Budějovice (Budweis), produces and exports beer under the names of "Budějovický Budvar" and "Budweiser Budvar".
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
As of April 1st 2004 anew Trademark Act – No..441/2003 – shall come into force. Although the struc- ture of the Act has been considerably amended,there are hardly any revolutio nary substantive changes in the law.
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
With a rising frequency, the Czech judiciary faces the necessity to deal with disputes involving domain names, registered in the top level domain .cz. Most of these disputes are cases of blunt domain name grabbing, or registration of domain names for speculative purposes.
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
Effective as of July 1,2002,the Czech and Slovak Republics are parties to the European Patent Con- vention.Since that date, it has been possible to designate the Czech Republic and/or the Slovak Republic in the European patent application as countries where the European patent should be effective
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
In our practice we often deal with the question whether the decision of the State Institute for Drug Control pursuant to the Drug Act No.79/1997 Coll. can constitute an infringement of patent rights and whether the State Institute for Drug Control has the legal duty to take into consideration the potential existence of industrial property rights pertaining to the respective drug during the registration proceeding.
Zeiner Golan Nir & Partners
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