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Liability for disseminating disparaging content on the Internet
According to the report of the Central Statistical Office entitled "Information society in Poland in 2021", published on 21 February this year [1], last year 92.4 percent of Polish households had access to the Internet. Unfortunately, as the number of Internet users increases, so does the potential scale of infringements of third-party rights online, which [...]

Miley Cyrus as an EU trademark? On the registration of first names and surnames
Famous US singer Miley Cyrus can register her name as an EU trademark. This conclusion was reached by the General Court of the European Union in June after the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) had previously refused to register the artist's trademark due to a conflict with the CYRUS brand. Name as a trademark [...]

Further European Union regulations on artificial intelligence with Poland's objections in the background
In mid-October, the German Presidency of the European Union presented a draft "Conclusion on the Charter of Fundamental Rights in the Context of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Change." The document is to be attached to the Charter of Fundamental Rights. It is a part of a discussion and a collection of important postulates, among others [...]

Why do we need an industrial design? - case study on pan-European security claims for product design protection
Based on the case study from our intellectual property protection practice, we explain how to secure claims concerning Community designs in the territory of the European Union and how to use EU law instruments in effective protection of product design.  LSW recently represented a Client who is one of the largest manufacturers of household appliances [...]

Adidas loses before the General Court of the European Union the case regarding the exclusivity of ‘three stripes’. Practical aspects of the judgment of 19 June 2019.
Last week, the public (and not only the legal one) was electrified by the EU Court ruling on the Adidas trademark, which depicts three stripes characteristic of the brand. As a result of this ruling (judgment of the Court of First Instance of 19 June 2019, Case T-307/17), the decision of the European Union Office [...]

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