The year 2013 has certainly left its mark on Cyprus. Predominantly, due to the banking crisis which has kept the entire Island and the international community on edge for nearly two weeks, while the Cyprus Government was negotiating vital terms for the Islands survival. Additionally, there have been other legal and regulatory developments in the corporate field, which ought to be observed in the coming year. We shall briefly address just some of them:
Archive for April, 2014
Undeniably, the great budget surplus at the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) had sparked a great deal of discussion. Since when money is involved a great deal is usually
at stake, the Council, in 2007, considered it useful to emphasize the need for an overall assessment of the functioning of the trademark system.1 This assessment was carried out by the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law on behalf of the Commission.