Publications

Intellectual Property / IP & IT

Court of Justice Rules on What Constitutes Genuine Use of a Collective Trademark

Claudia Csáky recently analysed the decision of the European Court of Justice of December 12, 2019, C-143/19P – Genuine use of an EU collective trade mark.

Please read the article here: INTA Bulletin, dd. 1 March 2020

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Employment

Collective agreements trump Working Time Act

In his most recent article Jacob Widner discusses how collective agreements trump Working Time Act. .. more

Employment

Gig economy un-gigged: collective bargaining agreement for bike couriers

In his most recent article Jacob Widner discusses the (worldwide first) bagaining agreement for bike couriers. .. more

Estate Planning / Trust & Estates

Armenak Utudjian as speaker at the annual ARS Conference on Trust and Estates

Partner Armenak Utudjian spoke at the annual ARS conference on Trust & Estates on the topic “ Family Trusts – Fit for the next generation ?” .. more

Real Estate & Construction

Supreme Court redefines location surcharge in rent control leases

In his most recent article Martin Foerster discussed a number of decisions by the Supreme Court confirming and clarifying a decision already rendered in 2017, which limited landlords' rights to request a location surcharge for rent-controlled apartments in desirable neighbourhoods. .. more

Employment

Teachers and Brothels

In his most recent article Jakob Widner discussed the Supreme Court’s decision ruling the termination of a school teacher who had moonlighted as a brothel manager to be valid. .. more

Data Protection

Video Surveillance through Public Authorities

In her most recent article, Marija Križanac discusses the use of video surveillance techniques through government administration as well as in the private sector. .. more

Intellectual Property / IP & IT

General Court Confirms NEYMAR Trademark Was Filed in Bad Faith

Claudia Csáky recently acted as verifier for Jan Weiser’s (UNIT4 IP Attorneys at Law) analysis of the decision of the General Court of the European Union of May 8, 2019, T-795/17– Carlos Moreira v. European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) – NEYMAR. .. more

Intellectual Property / IP & IT

General Court Finds ‘BRAVO’ and ‘Brave Paper’ Confusingly Similar

Claudia Csáky recently analysed the decision of the General Court of the European Union of May 8, 2019, T-37/18 – BRAVO v. Brave Paper in INTA Bulletin. .. more

Employment

New 'daddy month' strengthens paternal bonding early on

Jakob Widner recently discussed a new law that grants fathers a legal entitlement to one month off work following the birth of their child. .. more

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