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DEVIN May Lose its EU Trademark

“Devin” JSCo risks cancellation of its registered EUTM “DEVIN” after the Board of Appeal of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) confirmed the decision of the Cancellation Division, by which the trademark was declared invalid in its entirety. The EU word trademark “DEVIN” was registered in 2011 in Class 32: “Beers; mineral and aerated… Continue reading DEVIN May Lose its EU Trademark
Case Law · Interpretative Decision · Real Estate

Immovable Property Can Be Sold Under a General Power of Attorney, According to the New Interpretative Decision of Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation

No explicit power of attorney, containing details of the future transaction, including particular asset, subject-matter of the transaction, particular acquirer or the transaction price, is required when authorizing a third party to dispose of a property on one’s behalf, according to last week’s Interpretative Decision of the General Assembly of the Civil and Commercial Colleges… Continue reading Immovable Property Can Be Sold Under a General Power of Attorney, According to the New Interpretative Decision of Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation