Case study on IPR Infringement in EU


This paper includes background facts on the case study on IPR Infringement in EU - the case about Teddy Bears . It lays down the facts and analyses the claim. Further the presentation answers to the question what will make European Justice System to carry on with more cases on IPR Infringement: experience, specialization (skills), more experts.

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Document type: IP Document
Categories: Criminal law/procedures
Activity Title: EU-China training on criminal IPR enforcement
Activity Date: 07 Apr 2014 to 15 Apr 2014
Location: Dongguan
Wuhan, China
Expert / Author / Speaker: Jan Ostergaard, Chief Prosecutor, District of South East Jutland, Denmark
Case Law: Case about Teddy Bears
Related Legislation: Trade Law concerning Danish trade marks and EU Trademark

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