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11 June 2019

Supreme Court issues landmark decision on goods in transit

In a case involving a well-known sportswear company, the Serbian Supreme Court of Cassation has held that the trademark holder was allowed to prohibit the transit through Serbia of goods infringing its IP rights.

13 May 2019

Procedures and strategies for anti-counterfeiting: Western Balkans

With a population of more than 20 million divided among seven jurisdictions, the Western Balkans has the potential to be a fertile ground for the production and distribution of counterfeit goods. Due to its geographical location, the Western Balkans is well connected to other regions and continents.

03 September 2018

Good news for mark owners: counterfeit perfumes destroyed for the first time

In an important development for mark owners, Serbian Customs has recently destroyed over 1.4 tons of counterfeit perfumes bearing famous marks, including LANCOME, ARMANI, CHANEL, DIOR and CHLOE.

24 May 2018

Procedures and strategies for anti-counterfeiting: Western Balkans

With a population of more than 20 million divided among seven jurisdictions, the Western Balkans has the potential to be a fertile ground for the production and distribution of counterfeit goods.

13 March 2018

Procedures and strategies for pharmaceutical brands: Serbia

The requirements for registration of pharmaceutical trademarks are the same as for any trademark: a request for registration in the prescribed form, including a representation of the sign and a list of goods covered, along with the payment of a fee.

18 May 2017

Western Balkans

With a population of more than 20 million divided among seven jurisdictions, the Western Balkans has the potential to be a fertile ground for the production and distribution of counterfeit goods.

22 April 2010

New Customs Law comes into force

The new Law on Customs, which replaces the 2003 law, has come into force. It will apply from May 3 2010. With respect to border measures, the only change concerns the time limit for filing a lawsuit when Customs has seized goods suspected of being counterfeit. The term is now 10 working days, extendable by another 10 days.