Almost 7% of EU imports are counterfeit and pirate goods

By |marec 19th, 2019|China, counterfeit, EUIPO, Illicit Trade, News, OECD, trade|

According to a joint report by Europe's intellectual property office and the OECD released on Monday (18 March), 6.8% of EU imports are counterfeit and pirated goods. That accounts for €121 billion.

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Enhancing cooperation in trade is key to combat piracy

By |december 20th, 2018|anti-counterfeit, copyright, EU-Mercosur, EUIPO, FTA, intellectual property, News, trade|

Almost 10% of clothing and footwear sold in the EU are fakes and the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) defends the need for legally binding instruments to fight piracy when negotiating trade agreements with third countries, writes Christian Archambeau.

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Europol: Massive seizure of fake pesticides which could spray the size of the UK

By |julij 13th, 2018|EUIPO, europol, News, OLAF, pesticide use|

Europol’s annual Operation SILVER AXE III seized the largest-ever amount of illegal or counterfeit pesticides in Europe this week. A fact that has raised concerns about both the economic and health costs.

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EU loses €60 billion annually to counterfeits

By |junij 7th, 2018|counterfeit drugs, counterfeit goods, e-Commerce, EUIPO, European Commission, European Intellectual Property Office, international trade, News|

According to a study by the EU’s Intellectual Property Office, revenue losses generated by counterfeiting in Europe remain high. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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‘Famous’ Messi triumphs in Europe court case

By |april 26th, 2018|EUIPO, football, News|

Football superstar Lionel Messi won the backing of European Court of Justice judges on Thursday (26 April), who ruled that the Barcelona player’s request for a trademark is legitimate, citing his fame outside the world of football as a crucial element of the case.

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EU judges disapprove of Crocs design

By |marec 14th, 2018|EUIPO, intellectual property rights, News|

The design of Crocs, an opinion-dividing American line of footwear, is no longer valid in the European Union, after the bloc’s top court backed a decision by the EU’s intellectual property office to nullify it, citing a lack of “novelty”.

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