The Milan IP Court protects the Freddy “push-up” pants

An Italian version is published on Diritto24 – Il Sole 24 Ore

By decision no. 2016/17 of 2 March, the Milan IP Court declared the validity and infringement of a patent and a Community unregistered design held by Freddy S.p.A. on its pants named “WR.UP”. Specifically, the pants were characterised by […]

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Brexit and the UPC: the Italian perspective

Here is a copy of the article published on World IP Review on the impact of Brexit on IP – and particularly the UPC – from an Italian perspective. Written by Elena Martini, also reporting comments by Judge Tavassi, president of the Milan IP Court.

2016.07.26 – Brexit and the […]

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“Forum shopping” in Italian IP litigation: the Milan IP Court summarises the current judicial trend

A recent ruling of a panel of Milan IP judges offers a useful perspective on the views of Italian courts on “forum shopping” in the context of IPR infringement proceedings.

The plaintiffs in a trademark infringement and unfair competition case had chosen the Milan Court as the venue of the […]

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The IP Court of Milan Rules on Interim Non-infringement Proceedings

By |07 10 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

1 minute Martini Manna

This is what we are, in a little more than 60 seconds.
Questo è ciò che siamo, in poco più di 60 secondi.

By |11 07 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

“Late Reaction” and Irreparable Harm in Italian IP Interlocutory Proceedings

By |07 05 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments|