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Following two expert panel reviews, the IP court has granted a preliminary injunction against an international leading company in the coffee machine and home appliances sector on the grounds of patent infringement.
10 October 2018
Employee inventions and designs are one of the main areas of intervention of the new Code of Industrial Property 6769. The new code substantially modifies the now repealed Decree-Law 551/1995 on Patents and Utility Models.
26 September 2018
The new IP Law has abolished the Patent Decree-Law provisions regarding the use requirement of patents and evidence of use. The new law states that non-use of a patent could result in a third party being granted a compulsory licence over that patent.
30 May 2018
The IP Court recently rejected jurisdiction in a case regarding regulatory data protection. However, on appeal the district court found that the case concerned data exclusivity rights and the protection of unrevealed data, which is within the scope of IP courts.
23 May 2018
The Istanbul IP Court has recently decided on a generic company’s damages claim based on an unjust preliminary injunction, in what appears to be the first decision of its kind by Turkish IP courts within the pharmaceutical sector.
16 May 2018
The Istanbul IP Court recently rejected a crucial precautionary injunction demand of a patent owner on the grounds that the demand required a full trial due to the pending invalidation action against the patent.
07 March 2018
The Patent and Trademark Office has offered a practical solution to seemingly conflicting provisions relating to double patenting in the Implementing Regulations to the European Patents Convention.
24 January 2018
The new Industrial Property Law has repealed and replaced decree-laws pertaining to the protection of patent rights, including patent use requirements and evidence of use. Patent use requirements are now set out under the provision on compulsory licences.
17 January 2018
Under a new regulation on employee inventions, if an employer demands a full or partial right to an employee invention, reasonable compensation and an award should be paid to the employee. The regulation also sets out rules for calculating reasonable awards.
06 December 2017
Geographically positioned between Europe and Asia, Turkey is an important strategic country with a population of 79.8 million and the largest youth population compared with countries in the European Union. As a member of the G20, Turkey aims to…
12 October 2017
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