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Press

Women in IP

Amsterdam
19 April 2018
Thu, 04/19/2018 (All day)

On April 19th, HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER proudly sponsored and co-organized the Benelux edition of the Women in IP Global Networking Event 2018. The event was a great success and more than 80 women active in different branches of IP participated. The afternoon was hosted by Laura Fresco. Pien Haase chaired a panel discussion on various 'Women in IP'-inspired topics. 

  • In the landmark Philips Nokia judgement of 1 December 2011 (joined cases C 446/09 and C 495/09) the CJEU responded to a referral by the Antwerp Court of First Instance that in the context of an infringement action it is up to the holder of the intellectual property right to demonstrate that the allegedly infringing goods are intended to be put on sale in the European Union.
  • The EUIPO has released its long awaited “Study on legislative measures related to online IPR infringements”, Carina Gommers and Stephanie Hermoye drafted the Belgian submission on civil measures.
  • Juan José Marín, Full Professor of Civil Law and founder of the Law Offices of Juan José Marín, brings his intellectual property expertise to HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER, where he will lead the copyright practice group.
  • Fabienne Brison is pleased to announce the publication of the 4th edition of "Huldeboek/Hommage à Jan Corbet: Het Belgische auteursrecht. Artikelsgewijze commentaar / Le droit d'auteur belge. Commentaire par article", published by Larcier.
  • The Spanish Patent Act / 8 June 2018
    Luis Fernández-Novoa Valladares from our Madrid office recently published an article on the new Spanish Patent Act in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP) and an article about damages which was published in Spanish in the January-April edition of the “Comunicaciones en Propiedad Industrial y Derecho de la Competencia”.