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Implementation and functioning of the '.eu' top level domain name

12-10-2018

The scope of the problem could have been defined in more precise terms. Furthermore, it remains unclear how the proposed options could help achieve one of the two general objectives of the initiative namely enabling or building an online European identity as the options (including the preferred one) are mostly concerned with the technical improvements of the regulatory framework. Stakeholder views do not appear to be fully reflected in the report and it is unclear how they fed into the IA. A more ...

The scope of the problem could have been defined in more precise terms. Furthermore, it remains unclear how the proposed options could help achieve one of the two general objectives of the initiative namely enabling or building an online European identity as the options (including the preferred one) are mostly concerned with the technical improvements of the regulatory framework. Stakeholder views do not appear to be fully reflected in the report and it is unclear how they fed into the IA. A more thorough integration of the recommendations of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board, which appear to be only partially addressed, would have benefited the quality if the IA.

An EU intellectual property policy to boost innovation

03-04-2018

Intellectual property (IP) lies at the heart of innovation and competitiveness around the world as well as in the European Union, and intellectual property rights (IPRs) are protected mainly through patents, trade marks and copyright. IPRs enable individuals and companies to earn recognition and/or financial benefit from what they invent or create. By striking the right balance between innovators and public interest, IP aims to foster an environment in which creativity and innovation can flourish ...

Intellectual property (IP) lies at the heart of innovation and competitiveness around the world as well as in the European Union, and intellectual property rights (IPRs) are protected mainly through patents, trade marks and copyright. IPRs enable individuals and companies to earn recognition and/or financial benefit from what they invent or create. By striking the right balance between innovators and public interest, IP aims to foster an environment in which creativity and innovation can flourish. The EU has shaped a framework that defines and protects innovations and creations through IP. This framework mainly comprises of directives and regulations protecting copyright, trade marks, patents, designs and geographical indications.

The EU Trademark reform package

14-12-2015

The Commission, the Council and the European Parliament (EP) have reached a second-reading agreement on the trademark reform package. Following the Legal Affairs Committee reports adopted on 3 December 2015, the EP plenary is set to approve the amended legislation and the renaming of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) as 'European Union Intellectual Property Office'. In March 2013, the Commission presented a package of proposals for amending the Trademark Regulation and ...

The Commission, the Council and the European Parliament (EP) have reached a second-reading agreement on the trademark reform package. Following the Legal Affairs Committee reports adopted on 3 December 2015, the EP plenary is set to approve the amended legislation and the renaming of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) as 'European Union Intellectual Property Office'. In March 2013, the Commission presented a package of proposals for amending the Trademark Regulation and the Trademark Directive as well as for adjusting the fees payable to OHIM. The Commission's main objective in proposing this reform was to make the EU trademark system more accessible, efficient and less costly for business. The new legislation specifically aims at simplifying, accelerating and harmonising trademark application procedures; at increasing legal certainty by clarifying some provisions; at ensuring better coordination between the EU trademark agency and national offices for the purpose of promoting convergence of practices and common tools; at putting the legislation into line with the Lisbon Treaty; and at updating the governance rules of the EU trademark agency.

Agreement on Community trademark reform

08-12-2015

The Commission, the Council and the European Parliament (EP) have reached a second-reading agreement on the trademark reform package. The Council accepted a significant number of amendments introduced by the EP. Following the Legal Affairs Committee reports adopted on 3 December 2015, the EP plenary is set to approve the amended legislation and the renaming of the 'Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market' as 'European Union Intellectual Property Office'. Please click here for the full publication ...

The Commission, the Council and the European Parliament (EP) have reached a second-reading agreement on the trademark reform package. The Council accepted a significant number of amendments introduced by the EP. Following the Legal Affairs Committee reports adopted on 3 December 2015, the EP plenary is set to approve the amended legislation and the renaming of the 'Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market' as 'European Union Intellectual Property Office'. Please click here for the full publication in PDF format

Trademark law in the European Union: Current legal framework and proposals for reform

27-09-2013

The legal framework for trademarks in the EU is based on the coexistence of national trademarks systems, harmonised by a Directive since 1988, and a unitary Community Trademark, introduced in 1994 by a Regulation. In March 2013 the Commission adopted a reform package for EU trademark law.

The legal framework for trademarks in the EU is based on the coexistence of national trademarks systems, harmonised by a Directive since 1988, and a unitary Community Trademark, introduced in 1994 by a Regulation. In March 2013 the Commission adopted a reform package for EU trademark law.

The Income of Fully Self-Financed Agencies and the EU Budget

16-09-2013

This study analyses the determination of fees, the treatment of budgetary surpluses and the discharge procedure of the two fully self-financed EU agencies, namely the Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs) (OHIM). In this regard, it describes the current legal situation and discusses issues such as governance structures and rules on fee determination and the treatment of surpluses. The study presents and examines current ...

This study analyses the determination of fees, the treatment of budgetary surpluses and the discharge procedure of the two fully self-financed EU agencies, namely the Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs) (OHIM). In this regard, it describes the current legal situation and discusses issues such as governance structures and rules on fee determination and the treatment of surpluses. The study presents and examines current proposals for review of the existing rules and procedures for fee determination, treatment of surpluses and budgetary discharge of fully self-financed EU agencies.

EU Trade Mark Regime: Initial Appraisal of the Commission's Impact Assessment

15-07-2013

This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment (IA) accompanying the following proposals, submitted on 27 March 2013: Commission proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Regulation (EC) No 207/2009 on the Community trade mark (COM (2013) 161; and Commission proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council to approximate the laws of the Member States ...

This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment (IA) accompanying the following proposals, submitted on 27 March 2013: Commission proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Regulation (EC) No 207/2009 on the Community trade mark (COM (2013) 161; and Commission proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council to approximate the laws of the Member States relating to trade marks (recast) (COM (2013) 162).

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