What is the relevant legislation? The main Italian copyright regulations are set out in Law No. 633 of 22 April 1941 and articles 2575-2583 of the Civil Code. Other regulations are those set out in the international copyright conventions to which Italy is party...Read more..
The third event in the SuperyachtDesign Summit series last March invited designer Tim Heywood and Mariacristina Rapisardi...Read more..
The recent exponential growth in the number of registered domain names poses problems for trademark owners worldwide, says Alessandra Ferreri....Read more..
Law No. 99 of 23 July 2009 (Law 99) added several new elements to Italian IP law, in particular regarding criminal sanctions...Read more..
In recent years some key changes have been made to the Italian IP Legislations, including....Read more..
Counterfeiting is a widespread practice that can have serious implications for companies trying to protect their IPRs, and the EU has developed radical legislation to tackle it.Read more..