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A Supreme Administrative Court decision has finally brought Polish practice for judging recognition of trademarks in line with EU standards by disassociating perceived product quality from brand recognition.
13 January 2022
Following a wave of scams targeted at trademark owners, the office has introduced a digital verification tool to prevent trademark owners falling prey to fraudulent invoices and correspondence.
16 December 2021
A new bill is set to replace the 20-year-old Polish Industrial Property Act. The old and much amended law has been criticised for creating interpretational doubts. The new bill claims that it will be more friendly to entrepreneurs by speeding up the very formal registration process.
26 August 2021
The CP12 Common Practice on evidence in trademark appeal proceedings recently became binding in Poland. Here is all you need to know about its impact on the trademark space.
12 August 2021
Poland’s legal regime of national trademark rights is regulated mainly by the Industrial Property Law (30 June 2000).
29 July 2021
After years of contradictory decisions, a recent Supreme Court ruling in a case involving Audi could signal a new turn in the protection of trademarks and the trademark limitation period.
22 July 2021
A year since the Polish IP courts first opened, the district courts of Gdańsk, Katowice, Lublin, Poznań and Warsaw have provided data on the types of case that are being brought before them.
15 July 2021
Many rights holders will already have an individual registration and identification (EORI) number, but may not know what it is. It is crucial to find out, as the parameters surrounding customs applications in the European Union have shifted.
10 June 2021
Many rights holders have questioned whether it is worth filing an application for a design or a trademark in Poland because the registration proceedings seem too long. Fortunately, the Polish Patent Office has introduced a fast-track procedure to help with this.
01 April 2021
An exclusive guest post on how WIPO has been working with global IP offices to promote the advantages of alternative dispute resolution services.
15 October 2020
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