All articles in “Design Law”

12. March 2019
Design Law

The Federal Supreme Court ruled that a mosaic-like overall view of individual elements is not relevant for for determining the scope of protection of a design. A registered design must also be evaluated as an overall impression – even if its a design for a modular system.

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21. February 2019
Design Law

If a manufacturer is prohibited from selling its goods in Germany after a competition infringement, it must also recall products that have already been delivered. What is to be considered in this respect for defendants and claimants in an injunction relief and in an interim injunction?

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12. February 2019
Design Law

The fact that individual features of an earlier design are known in advance does not preclude the individual character of a more recent design. In the nullity proceedings, the European Court ruled on two luminaires and specified the degree of freedom of the designer and the individual character of a design.

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