The new edition of World Intellectuel Property Rights and Remedies Laws is published
Our IP & pharma team wrote Chapter 32 'The Netherlands' for the Thomson Reuters and the Center for International Legal Studies publication World Intellectual Property Rights and Remedies. This publication on global protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights contains analyses and commentaries by leading professionals on key intellectual property legislation from jurisdictions in North America, Latin America, Asia, Africa and Oceania, as well as English translations of key intellectual property legislation from non-English speaking jurisdictions.
See the content summary of Chapter 32 here.
In addition, you can read the following paragraphs from Chapter 32 below:
- §32:16 Infringement—Procedures
- §32:21 Infringement—Customs actions
- §32:25 Nature—Transfer
- §32:35 Nature—Creation of rights
- §32:39 Nature—Cancellation
- §32:45 Infringement actions—Action for damages and §32:46 Infringement actions—Injunctions
- §32:56 Infringement actions—Procedures
- §32:57 Infringement actions—Conﬂict with younger trade name
- §32:63 Nature—Beneﬁciaries of rights
- §32:72 Infringement actions—Action for damages
Reprinted from World Intellectual Property Rights and Remedies (March 2022 update) with permission. Copyright © 2022 Thomson Reuters, all rights reserved. For more information about this publication, please visit www.legal.thomsonreuters.com or buy the publication at the Westlaw online store.
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