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Intellectual Property
Last Saturday (1 February) the internet was flooded with user-generated content ridiculing, in real time, the actions of the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić. Vučić visited a site in...
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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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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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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 25 April 2013, the Court of Justice of the European Union (General Court) rendered three judgments in cases initiated against decisions of the Office of Harmonization for the Internal...
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On 25 April 2013, the General Court of the European Union weighed in on the issue of relationship between three-dimensional marks and designs. In Su-Shan Chen v. OHIM, the Court compared...
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On March 21, 2013, the Belgrade daily Politika published the operative part of a judgment rendered by the Serbian Commercial Appellate Court in a rare case concerning trademark infringement of a drawing...
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Serbia provides a rare example of a jurisdiction that does not use opposition proceedings as a means of ensuring that only those signs that fulfill requisite conditions receive protection under...
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On 7th February 2013, the Serbian Ministry of Finance and Economy and the Serbian Investment and Export Promotion Agency published a discussion paper on reforms aimed at furthering the development of the IT...
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On 20 February 2013, in Caventa AG v. OHIM, the Fifth Chamber of the General Court of the European Union upheld the decision of OHIM’s Board of Appeal to deny registration...
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