On 3 April 2019 the Supreme Court rejected the extraordinary appeals filed by Pfizer against a Barcelona Court of Appeal judgment, confirming the dismissal of a patent infringement action against sildenafil generics competitors in Spain. Read MoreDetalles
EU Trademark Court rules on use of well-known trademarks to sell smell-alike perfumes Read MoreDetalles
On 1 March 2019 the Valencia Court of Appeal, acting as a trial court, sentenced two defendants to one-and-a-half years in prison for importing thousands of pairs of counterfeit shoes for commercial purposes. Read MoreDetalles
On 3 December 2018 Section 8 of the Alicante Court of Appeal, acting as the EU Trademark Court of Appeal, declared that the Ibiza Beach drink marketed by Productos Ibicencos, SL and Aromáticas de Ibiza, SL – whose bottle was highly similar to the well-known Malibu bottle – infringed The Absolut Company AB’s (TAC’s) 3D…Detalles
On 8 February 2019 the Barcelona Court of Appeal confirmed the January 2018 Barcelona Commercial Court Number 5 decision which had declared European Patent 1.472.156 (Spanish Patent 2.260.626) (EP’156) and European Patent 1.808.382 (Spanish Patent 2.407.963) (EP’382) – both of which related to Nescafé Dolce Gusto capsules – to be valid and infringed by Fast…Detalles
Grau & Angulo una vez más, figura como líder en el área de marcas en el ranking que establece anualmente WTR 1000 y cinco de sus socios, Jorge Grau, Alejandro Angulo, Sonia Santos, Jesús Arribas y Maite Ferrándiz han sido destacados entre los abogados líderes en el área de marcas en España en 2019.
On 19 December 2018 Barcelona Commercial Court Number 4 dismissed a patent infringement action brought by Mundipharma against two generics of its oxycodone and naloxone medicinal product for the treatment of pain (Targin) and upheld the defendants’ counterclaim that the asserted patent was invalid. Facts Mundipharma holds European Patent EP2425825 (EP’825), entitled ‘Pharmaceutical preparation containing…Detalles
In 2013 defendant signed settlement agreement undertaking not to infringe any design owned by Robin Ruth Group. In 2014 police found handbags infringing Robin Ruth Group’s design in defendant’s warehouse. Court found that both subjective and objective elements of crime were present. By Barbara Krystkowiak DownloadDetalles