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By Erik Ullberg (Wistrand), Gunilla Karlsson (Wistrand)
Snuff is a tobacco substance, which has a long tradition and is very popular in Sweden.
By Ignacio Temiño Ceniceros (Abril Abogados)
Last June, the Provincial Court of Madrid was submitted a case of trademark infringement by Google's device known as "AdWords".
By Robyn Müller-Mabuza (Adams & Adams)
The Advertising Regulatory Board officially opened for business in November and has already handed down its first ruling.
By Mathijs Peijnenburg (Hoogenraad & Haak)
Shawshank Redemption without Morgan Freeman, or Forrest Gump without Tom Hanks? Unthinkable! In most films, there's only one person who can play the lead to perfection.
By Bram Duivenvoorde (Hoogenraad & Haak)
There is a ban against advertising drugs to the general public. The Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) takes strong action and imposes fines of up to €450,000 per infringement.
By Mathijs Peijnenburg (Hoogenraad & Haak)
When you sit in a restaurant, you're surrounded by copyright protected works: the art on the walls, the restaurant's logo on the menu and in some cases even the dining tables and chairs.
By Ebba Hoogenraad (Hoogenraad & Haak)
A brochure for a sustainable solar boiler contains an environmental claim. In summertime, the solar panels heat the solar boiler.
By Virginie Liebermann (MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour)
According to a European Commission survey the majority of websites do not let consumers buy from another EU country.
By Ernesto Apa (Portolano Cavallo), Marco Bassini (Bocconi University)
On September 25th, 2018 the Italian Competition Authority imposed a fine of respectively 10 and 5 million Euro to Apple and Samsung for carrying out unfair commercial practices in violation of the Consumer Code ...
By Allison Fitzpatrick (Davis & Gilbert LLP), Gary Kibel (Davis & Gilbert LLP)
The NAD asked BuzzFeed to substantiate those and similar statements about the moisturizer included in the shopping guide.
By Caroline Bouvier (Bernard – Hertz – Béjot), Michel Béjot (Bernard – Hertz – Béjot)
This decision is an interesting example of how to conciliate competing interests: ads inciting to buy vs. the promotion of a sustainable development through a reasonable consumption.
By Juan Uribe (Triana, Uribe & Michelsen)
Consequently, judges will have to study carefully this case and determine whether the non- profit organization arguments are solid or well-founded, which will not be a simple task.
By Ariela Agosin (Albagli Zaliasnik), Oscar Molina (Albagli Zaliasnik)
In an effort to curb child obesity, in mid-2016 the Nutritional Composition of Food Law (Law No. 20.606) went into effect in Chile.
By Kalina Tchakarova (Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov & Velichkov), Vladislav Antonov (Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov & Velichkov)
In light of that trend, the competent authorities pay more attention on such alternative advertising channels.
By Catherine Dennis Brooks (Miller Thomson LLP)
Canadian trademark laws are poised to undergo significant changes that will result in greater harmonization of the Canadian trademark regime with those of many countries around the world.
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