Modernisation of IP law continues
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In recent years various changes have been made to Spanish IP legislation, as outlined in previous chapters of IP Value. Developments have concerned the laws on patents (biotechnology and the Bolar clause in 2002 and 2006), industrial designs (a new act in 2003) and trademarks (a new act in 2002), as well as IP rights in general (implementation of the EU IP Rights Enforcement Directive in 2006).