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Infringement Proceedings

Determining distinctiveness in infringement proceedings

Title and interest to sue in trade mark infringement proceedings

Questions on the law of evidence in plant variety infringement proceedings

Italian torpedo actions can sink cross-border patent infringement proceedings

Patent infringements at international fairs—cross-border enforcement through Belgian summary proceedings

Applicability of the principle of unitary character in trade mark infringement proceedings

Validity challenge does not give rise to estoppel in subsequent infringement proceedings

Roving injunctions and John Doe orders against unidentifiable defendants in IP infringement proceedings

Speedy patent infringement proceedings in Germany: pros and cons of the go-to courts

National patent infringement proceedings in the era of the Unified Patent Court: thoughts on the ban on dual protection

Counterclaims in Community trade mark infringement proceedings for revocation on grounds of non-use only permitted where could amount to a defence

Disclosure of Infringement Decisions in Competition Damages Proceedings: How the UK Courts Are Leading the Way Ahead of the Damages Directive

Refusal to accept a complaint by Kulanov regarding the infringement of his constitutional rights by Article 14, Part 1, Paragraph 9 of the Federal Municipal Service Law, Kulanov, Constitutional proceedings, Determination no 1818-O, ILDC 2278 (RU 2014), 18th September 2014, Russian Federation; Constitutional Court

 

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The European Commission can initiate infringement proceedings in the European Court of Justice against a member state for failing to transpose a directive into national law. The Commission instituted such proceedings against the UK in 1982 for failure to enact provisions, giving the right to equal pay for work of equal value.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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