Latest news about Intellectual Property

11. December 2018
International Intellectual Property

The next step in escalation in the long-running patent battle between Apple and Qualcomm has been reached: A court in China has granted Qualcomm a temporary injunction against Apple. The court has banned the import of almost all iPhone models in China.

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7. December 2018
Healthcare & Lifesciences

Patents on plants and animals from conventional breeding have become more likely since this week. In a hearing before the Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office on the Syngenta patent on wild pepper, a far-reaching decision war announced.

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7. December 2018
International Intellectual Property

The German trademark law is adapted to the EU regulation. On 14 January 2019, the new German Trademark Law (in German: MaMoG) comes into force. It brings changes for opposition and term of protection in trademark law as well as new national trademark types.

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6. December 2018
International Intellectual Property

The European Court ruled that the Union figurative mark of US shoe manufacturer Vans was not similar to an earlier figurative mark of German shoe manufacturer Deichmann. The overall visual impression of the respective figurative marks is completely different. However, both marks could be described as "V".

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4. December 2018
Design Law

In a recent judgment of the European Court in invalidity proceedings concerning a Community design, the court specified designer’s degree of freedom and thus also how different paint spray guns must be, which are restricted by applicable construction concepts and a saturation of the technical standard in design.

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