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Strauss Adriatic doo, proprietor of the famous mark “Doncafe”, sued a defendant who had distributed coffee cups to which it affixed the mark. The Commercial Court in Belgrade found that...
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New amendments to the Decree on Rules for Granting of State Aid (“State Aid Decree”) came into force on 14 November 2013. The changes pertain to the rules on de minimis state...
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Amendments to the Serbian Law on Protection of Competition were published in the Official Gazette on 31 October 2013 and will come into force on 8 November 2013. The adopted amendments to a...
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The High Court in Belgrade and the Appellate Court in the same city have issued a few decisions in 2013 rejecting arguments by the defendants that their use of photographs,...
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On September 13-14 2013, Florence was the venue of the 17th Annual Competition Conference organized by the International Bar Association (IBA). More than 180 lawyers and economists attended, from 41 countries around the...
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Back in April this year, we wrote about State aid issues surrounding the Government’s support to Fiat. The Serbian Government is once again aiding domestic producers – this time assistance has...
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This year’s Exit festival, a major event on Europe’s musical scene, which traditionally takes place in Novi Sad (Serbia), ended on 14 July. It is worth taking a look into...
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On 16 July 2013, the Government of Serbia submitted to the Parliament its proposal of the amendments to the Law on Protection of Competition. We wrote on this blog on...
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At the end of April 2013, a new set of bylaws elaborating provisions of the Law on Protection of Competition came into force: 1) Rulebook on the content and the manner of...
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The Serbian Supreme Court of Cassation addressed in its decision dated 14 February 2013 the issue of standing to challenge decisions on individual exemption of restrictive agreements from prohibition granted by the...
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