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Russian Constitutional Court formulates parallel imports disputes criteria


Russia has established the national principle of exhaustion of exclusive rights to a trade mark and defined measures to protect exclusive rights that can be applied in cases of parallel imports. Darya Ermolina and Dmitry Grachyov explain what is changing and the implications for businesses

On February 13 2018, the Russian Constitutional Court, the judicial body tasked with the function of constitutional control (judicial supervision over the compatibility of legislation and executive actions with the provisions and principles of the Constitution), announced an affirmative ruling...


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Anna Mae Koo and Ann Xu of Vivien Chan & Co evaluate the revised Trademark Law of 2014, analysing its treatment of… https://t.co/KfVGZRQ4zZ

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In SAS Institute v Iancu , the Supreme Court ruled the PTAB must review all or none of the challenged claims… https://t.co/HyuYybZo7F

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in Oil States, the Supreme Court held the IPR process at the PTAB is constitutional, but left IPRs open to due proc… https://t.co/ABPdDOFfNq

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