Consuelo Álvarez Pastor
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Vor einigen Tagen sind wir in Teil 7 der Reihe Rechtsfragen zum Coronavirus weltweit „Handelsmarken in Verbindung mit COVID-19“ darauf eingegangen, wie die derzeitige Pandemie vermehrt zur Anmeldung von Marken in den USA und in China führt. Andere Länder folgen dem Beispiel, wie an den Markenanmeldungen beim spanischen Patent- und Markenamt (Oficina Española de Patentes […]

Consuelo Álvarez Pastor
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Recientemente, en Coronavirus Legal Issues Around the World, Part 7: COVID-19 Related Trademarks, como parte de nuestra serie de artículos sobre cuestiones legales relacionadas al coronavirus alrededor del mundo, discutimos cómo la pandemia en curso está estimulando el registro de marcas en los Estados Unidos y China. A esta tendencia se han sumado otros países, como […]

Consuelo Álvarez Pastor
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A few days ago, in Coronavirus Legal Issues Around the World, Part 7: COVID-19 Related Trademarks, we discussed how the ongoing pandemic is spurring trademark registrations in the United States and China. Other countries are no exception to this trend, as evidenced by activity at the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (OEPM). So far, there have been 10 […]

Nadja Vietz
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On March 18, 2020, The Official State Gazette published Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, of March 17, 2020, on urgent, extraordinary measures to deal with the economic and social impact of COVID-19 was published. Below we briefly explain the extraordinary measures applicable to companies and other legal persons in private law (associations, cooperatives and foundations). These measures […]

Spain: U.S. Export Hotbed

Spain February 13th, 2020

Fred Rocafort
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It is surprising to those of us who have spent meaningful time in the country, but Spain is often overlooked as a business destination. Part of that has to do with the country’s ongoing problem with unemployment, which clouds outsider perceptions. Recent turmoil in Catalonia has not helped, with the optics at times making Barcelona seem like a […]

Griffen Thorne
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We’ve been writing a lot lately about recent major changes in federal hemp laws that will likely affect every hemp company in the United States (see here, here, and here). While we’re on the topic of dramatic legal changes, it’s probably a good idea to talk about a California privacy law that’s about to take effect and require […]

Harris Bricken
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Barcelona on November 6 and Madrid on November 7 The United States is Spain’s number one trade partner outside the European Union and the depth and breadth of this trade relationship continues to grow. On November 6th and 7th, Harris Bricken will collaborate with our affiliated Spain firm, Monereo Meyer Abogados, and with the Barcelona […]

Sara Xia
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Commercial lawsuits typically stem from disputes between people or businesses. These lawsuits generally proceed through distinct steps: pleadings, discovery, trial, and possibly an appeal. However, parties can halt this process by voluntarily settling at any time. Most cases settle before reaching trial. Arbitration is sometimes another alternative to a trial. Pleadings. Each party in a […]

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