Reda Zaboliene is a top user of OHIM’s e-services in Lithuania

METIDA successfully represented Nestle interests and won a trademark dispute


Famous photographer Jill Greenberg is suing an Estonian newspaper for copyright infringement

2015 / 11 / 20

In 2011, an Estonian newspaper Kesknädal published a banner on both their website and in print, which depicted the Estonian president Toomas-Hendrik Ilves, his private living residence Ärma farmstead, a crying child and the following message: „Ärma farmstead’s money to kindergardens!“ The newspaper itself, where the political statement was issued, is associated with one of Estonia’s leading political parties Keskerakond.


European Patents will be valid in Moldova

2015 / 11 / 11

The European Patent Office and the Republic of Moldova signed an agreement allowing European Patents to take legal effect in Moldova. The agreement entered into force on 1 November 2015. Moldova is the 42nd Member State where the European Patent can be validated. This means that these patents will have the same rights and legal protection as national Moldova patents.


A location for the London section of Unified Patent Court has been selected

2015 / 10 / 20

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) of the UK have selected a location for the London section of the Unified Patent Court. On 11th of August, 2015 IP Minister Baroness Neville-Rolfe has announced that the UK government has signed a lease on prime office space in the newly built Aldgate Tower, near the heart of the City, with good access to City Airport and Heathrow once Crossrail is complete.