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Intellectual Property

Bulgaria

In today’s knowledge economy, your intellectual property plays a key role in obtaining a competitive advantage. A cohesive strategy, including both commercialisation and enforcement, will ensure you get maximum value from your IP. With specialist IP lawyers throughout Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), we have worked with some of the best-known brands, from banks to tech and media companies, pharmaceuticals and FMCG companies, often across the region or in several jurisdictions. Leading multinationals look to CMS for an integrated, cross-border service to meet their global needs and/or deal with global trademark portfolios, as well as specialist advice and representation in individual countries. Working with CMS gives you invaluable access to knowledge of the CEE markets and regulators, both locally and regionally.  We work together with you to find the best solutions for your business.

The right brands will win the hearts and minds of your customers. The right patents will prevent others exploiting your ideas or provide a substantial barrier to market access. Copyright, know-how and designs also play a vital role. We focus on key sectors relevant to you such as life sciences & healthcare, automotive, machinery, manufacturing, consumer products, financial services, and technology, media and communications. This means you get in-depth industry knowledge as well as legal expertise for the protection of your IP. If you are involved in a dispute, CMS dedicated contentious IP experts can guide you through the litigation process.

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Egon Engin-Deniz
01/01/2018
Pro­tect­ing ideas, se­cur­ing profit
Bro­chure In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty
25/07/2018
Kenzo v Kenzo Es­tate: The CJEU con­siders the ad­miss­ib­il­ity of late...
In­tro­duc­tion The latest de­cision of the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on ("CJEU”) in the Kenzo case provides use­ful guid­ance on ad­miss­ib­il­ity of late evid­ence in EU trade mark ap­peal pro­ceed­ings and cla­ri­fies the mean­ing of ‘un­fair ad­vant­age’ for well-known.
04/08/2014
CMS Em­ploy­ee In­vent­or Re­wards Sur­vey 2014
14/06/2018
CJEU rules that Louboutin's red sole trade mark is not a shape trade...
On 12 June 2018, the Court of Justice of the EU rendered its much-awaited judge­ment in the case about Louboutin’s red sole trade mark, rul­ing that this trade mark does not re­late to a spe­cif­ic shape of sole for high-heeled shoes since the de­scrip­tion ex­pli­citly.
Egon Engin-Deniz
04/08/2014
CMS Sur­vey on Re­ward Schemes For Em­ploy­ee In­ven­tions
23/01/2018
Brus­sels Court of Ap­peal de­cides that Aldi’s Buval Pils­ner does not...
  In a de­cision of 12 Decem­ber 2017 the Brus­sels Court of Ap­peal over­turned the first in­stance de­cision and de­cided that Aldi’s Buval beer does not in­fringe In­Bev’s trade­mark and is in fact not con­trary to fair com­mer­cial prac­tices.