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Non-Use Of Trademark Not Justified By Invalidation Proceedings
Unused trademark rights can be revoked even where invalidation proceedings are ongoing before the Patent Office, according to the Supreme Administrative Court.
Poland
2 Mar 2011
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No Trademark Protection Over Single Colour
In a judgment handed down on 21 October 2010, the Polish Supreme Court ruled that trademark protection cannot be used to monopolise individual colours; the spectrum is limited and it would not be in line with public interest or expectation to grant exclusivity over a particular colour.
Poland
8 Nov 2010
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Preliminary Injunctions In Trademark Disputes
Litigants in trademark disputes can, as in other types of claim, seek a preliminary injunction ordering another party to refrain from action (here, the activities constituting the alleged trademark infringement) until the case is decided.
Poland
20 Sep 2010
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Cybersquatting? Gmail.pl
The economics of cybersquatting have been perfectly demonstrated by the recent purchase of the domain name Gmail.pl by a hydraulic-sanitary wholesaler.
Poland
20 Sep 2010
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Protection For Well-Known Trademarks
A trademark cannot be registered if it would affect the renown of an earlier well-known trademark, according to the Polish Patent Office.
Poland
12 Aug 2009
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Place Names Registrable As Trade Marks
Trade marks containing the names of towns, cities or other geographical locations can be registered by the Polish Patent Office, according to the District Administrative Court in Warsaw.
Poland
30 Jul 2009
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Cybersquatting Reaches Record High
The number of domain name cases resolved by the World Intellectual Property Organisation has reached an all-time high, according to recent statistics.
Poland
16 Jun 2009
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Identifying A Trademark With A Reputation
The test for determining trademarks with a reputation comprises a number of factors, not only whether the mark is widely recognized.
Poland
12 Mar 2009
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Governing Law In Cross-Border Non-Contractual IP And Competition Disputes
New regulations have come into force determining which national law governs non-contractual cross-border wrongdoings including competition and intellectual property disputes.
Poland
12 Feb 2009
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ECJ Ruling: Mark´s Distinctiveness Can Come From Use In Another Mark
A figurative mark can acquire a distinctive character through use as part of another mark, the ECJ has ruled.
Poland
19 Jan 2009
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