Skills Copyrights, Design, Domain names, Trademarks,
Member of the Association of Industrial Property Consultants since 2020
European Trademark Attorney
European Design Attorney
In 2011 she started working for a law firm specializing in intellectual property law in Milan. She then worked with the Federico Stella Centre for Research on Criminal Justice and Policy at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
After completing her LL.M in IP, she worked as an examiner at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in Alicante, where she drafted decisions on oppositions and cancellation of EU trademarks.
In 2016 she joined the legal department of Giorgio Armani S.p.A., where she deals with the company’s intellectual property rights.
She has been with Bugnion since September 2017.
OK. Everyone knows MESSI. But Miley Cyrus?
GREAT EXPECTATIONS…. OFTEN DISAPPOINTED
“SOMETIMES THEY COME BACK”….. Horror movie? No – General Court of the EU on colour combinations!
The “allure” of a famous place as a potential absolute ground of refusal?
Should different meanings outweigh the similarities of non-distinctive elements?
CJEU: The EUTM unitary character requires a homogenous application of procedural rules, including in counterclaims for revocation
The Grüne Punkt Case
Green is the new black. But in 2003 that was not the case, says the CJEU
Colour trademarks: being unusual isn’t enough. Glaxo’s Purple
Is the CJEU finally reconsidering LOC for weak marks? PRIMA v. PRIMART
All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. Time to rethink the EUTM “unitary character”.
There are more things …than are dreamt of in your philosophy: Damages for infringing a revoked and unused trademark? Yes says the CJEU…
An increasing value for freedom of expression in trademark law?
Now we know it for a fact: amphoras are not usually made of glass.
Der Grüne Punkt: CJEU says yes to genuine use of the collective “recycling packaging” trademark
Evocation of geographical terms of a PDO/PGI. What elements should be taken into consideration?
A Paler Shade of Orange: A Distinction Without a Difference?
Clarity and precision: who decides what they mean?
Bad faith may be found also for different goods or services, says the Court of Justice
Clinical trials may constitute use, but when they do not, then there is no justification for non-use, says the CJEU
Free speech and trademarks. Could it happen here?
Disclaimers, a thing of the past
Italy: all colours are the same, but some are more colored than others… and acquired distinctiveness, per se, does not equal reputation/renown.
Scooters and cars, are artworks in the eyes of the beholder?
“Other characteristics” of the new Article 7(1)(e)(iii) EUTMR do not apply retroactively, says the CJEU.
Apples and Pears
A matter of allure
Is Article 8(3) EUTMR applicable only to identical marks? The General Court pitches in, but it is not the last word yet.
I know what I like and I know when I taste it. Cheese flavour cannot be “copyrighted” (nor registered as a trademark)
Amphorae are not made of glass: really?
Parallel imports of pharmaceuticals: rebranding or not rebranding?
The BASIC NET decision: did the CJEU kiss goodbye to the ‘substantial part of EU’ criterion on acquired distinctiveness?