It is said weak trademark the trademark with a little distinctive capacity, while it is strong trademark the remarkably distinctive trademark, because it is made up of fanciful words (or other signs) or it is made up of words that, despite being in common use, are devoid of conceptual link with the products and/or service distinguished by the trademark.
In this article we discuss the issue of trademark infringements. What does it mean? What kind of proof is it necessary to provide? How are damages calculated? And compensation? Let’s find out together.
In 2015 the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market published a report on the phenomenon of counterfeiting in Europe. The fight against counterfeit products, especially those that endanger the health and safety of consumers, has become a priority in the policies of the Member States of the European Union. Where counterfeit products come from