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What export waivers mean for European Supplementary Protection Certificates

Louise Jonshammar takes a closer look at the final mandate surrounding export waivers for European Supplementary Protection Certificates, what

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Sweden aligns Trademarks Act with EU regulations

On 7 November 2018 the Riksdag (supreme decision-making body of Sweden) voted in favour of modernising and simplifying the

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Adoption of the copyright directive in the digital single market – Should we be scared or delighted?

On 12 September 2018, the European Parliament voted on the much debated copyright directive – and this time around

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Soft Brexit provides for creation of comparable UK trademarks and designs

‘Soft Brexit’ provides for creation of comparable UK trademarks and designs

Owners of existing EU trademarks (EUTM) and designs (RCD) had been left somewhat in the dark about what will

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HitchSwitch

HitchSwitch: The name of the game

Attorney by trade Jake Wolff trusted his gut feeling and quit his day job to start his own business

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SPC

A new exemption from supplementary protection certificates (SPC) in the EU

Some thoughts on the EU Commission proposal for manufacturing waivers to restrict SPC protection On 28 May, 2018, the

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Good and less good news for British IP professionals

For some British IP professionals all is about to change with regards to European intellectual property practice – but

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SPC

On the point of re-examination of SPC term #2

Reflections on the Swedish Appeal Court’s reasoning regarding the balance of interests As previously addressed in a Newsflash from

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On the point of re-examination of SPC term #1

Reflections on the Swedish Appeal Court’s reasoning regarding Article 17.2 of the SPC Regulation As previously addressed in a

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New trademark legislation determines the conditions for creative brands

As of 1 October 2017, new rules for registration of EU trademarks apply. One significant change is the abolishment

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