Publications

Off the hook: Supreme Court protects Ferragamo’s hooks against imitation

Off the hook: Supreme Court protects Ferragamo’s hooks against imitation

30/1/2019 - Chiara Tavagnacco - IAM Weekly 
Salvatore Ferragamo SpA appealed a 2013 decision from the Court of Appeal of Milan issued in favour of Ripani Italiana Pelletterie Srl and Val Vibrata Ornaments Srl.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019/Categories: Publications
Colourful shrimp wars: publishers battle it out over GAMBERO ROSSO and GAMBERO VERDE

Colourful shrimp wars: publishers battle it out over GAMBERO ROSSO and GAMBERO VERDE

31/10/2018 - Franca Acuto - IAM Weekly 
Can the publisher of a guide, which has earned wide recognition in Italy for listing the best restaurants and wine bars, claim a monopoly on the trademark GAMBERO (meaning “shrimp”) in the publishing field? This is the question that the Rome Court of First Instance addressed in interim proceedings between publishers Gambero Rosso SpA and Gambero Rosso Digital Srl, on the one hand, and publisher Il Nuovo Manifesto Coop, on the other.

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Monday, December 24, 2018/Categories: Publications
The shape of water dispenser tanks: criteria for patentability of utility models in Italy

The shape of water dispenser tanks: criteria for patentability of utility models in Italy

10/10/2018 - Stefano Brunazzi - IAM Weekly 
The Italian Patent Law provides for patents for inventions, as well as for utility models.

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Monday, December 24, 2018/Categories: Publications
Italian football team trademarks score protection under criminal law

Italian football team trademarks score protection under criminal law

12/9/2018 - Luca Sala - IAM Weekly 
The Italian Court of Cassation has overturned a controversial deci-sion by the Court of Lodi, which had relied on old case law to deny protection to football team trademarks under criminal law.

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Friday, December 21, 2018/Categories: Publications
Patenting artificial intelligence in Europe

Patenting artificial intelligence in Europe

8/8/2018 - Andrea Perronace - IAM Weekly 
The patentability of artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic, mainly due to the tremendous expectations around this emerging, disruptive and pervasive technology. On 30 May 2018 the EPO held a conference on patenting AI in Munich to explore this topic in detail. The EPO has published material of the conference on its website.

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Friday, October 12, 2018/Categories: Publications
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