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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
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.
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The Czech Statistical Office (CSU) has recently released a report on domestic patent applications for the period 2002–2011, which shows that the Czech PTO approved 2,904 patents out of 6,848 patent applications in this period.
Cermák Horejš Myslil a spol
The registration data protection enables competitors in the field of medical preparations to ensure for a certain limited period of time exclusive rights to data gathered for testing the safety and effectiveness of a medical preparation, namely with respect to results of pharmacological and toxicological tests and clinical tests.
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
The theory of exhaustion of rights generally says that in case of introduction of a product (medicine)in the market by the holder of the right or with his consent, the rights are exhausted and generally speaking the holder of right may not restrict any further movement of the product (medicine).
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.
Arthur Andersen
Arthur Andersen
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