On 17 April, the Board of Appeal of the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) issued an important decision clarifying the extent of evocation in relation to a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO). In this decision, the Board of Appeal upheld the Comité Champagne initial opposition and stated that the contested EUTM application CHAMPAGNOLA must be rejected for all the goods … Read the rest
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In these times of confinement, many operators in the wine sector are studying the possibility of developing their own e-commerce site to sell their wines, faced with the disruption of traditional physical outlets (restaurants, wine merchants, etc.). In order to help you take the step in the best conditions, here are the 9 key points that will require particular vigilance.… Read the rest
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A journey among the degrees of protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks within the European Union (3/3) – Third and last stop: journey into unknown lands!
Thank you for joining us for the last part of our journey to discover the different degrees of protection of the geographical indications (GIs) of spirit drinks within European Union (EU).
As you sure remember, the first steps of our trip led us to discover two degrees of protection offered by article 16.a) and b) of the Regulation (EC) No. … Read the rest