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Brand monitoring, a new obligation for entrepreneurs (?)
On Friday (April 15th this year) revolutionary changes in the regulations on the registration of trade marks in the Polish Patent Office came into force. Since then, the registration of a mark in Poland will be based on virtually the same terms as the registration of European trade marks in the European Union Intellectual Property [...]

With the shield or on the shield (of privacy)?
During the press conference, which took place on February 2nd, 2016 r., The European Commission announced the establishment of an agreement referred to as the “EU – US Privacy Shield”, which aims at imposing new, strengthened obligations on American entrepreneurs for transmitting personal data of European Union citizens to the United States. Privacy Shield instead [...]

Changes are coming to the European law on personal data protection – time for penalties and child protection!
The European Parliament reports the ongoing talks on Tuesday have brought a "strong compromise" with the Council concerning the work on the high level of protection of personal data. This work relates to regulations and directives, which will be the subject of a vote in the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. What [...]

United we stand... On the amendment to Industrial Property Law
On 31 August a new law was published in the Journal of Laws amending the provisions of the Industrial Property Law. The amendment comes into force on 1 December 2015. Though it is primarily technical in nature, it entails some crucial changes set out below. United we stand... One of the most important changes regarding [...]

Register trademarks with Fast Track
The Office of Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM), an entity responsible for registering EU trademarks, has introduced an accelerated procedure of registering trademarks, referred to as “Fast Track”. Thanks to this, entrepreneurs wishing to protect their designations, such as logotypes or unique business names – by fulfilling specific requirements indicated by the Office – [...]

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