RÄUME & HÄRTING: BERLAIN Group Exhibition. Art, AI and law
Is the discounter damaging the brand's reputation? Aldi Süd was successfully ordered by the Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court to cease selling perfume products of the JOOP! and Calvin Klein brands.
The Federal Supreme Court has ruled that the entry of a work of art in the Lost Art database does not constitute an infringement on property pursuant to § 1004 of the German Civil Code (BGB) and that the owner can therefore not demand deletion of the entry.
Konstantin Berlage takes a look at the Italian CPC and explains why German companies should also pay attention when exploiting Michelangelo and Co.
Recently, things got dicey between Adidas and the Black Lives Matter foundation. In the end, Adidas found itself caught between damaging its reputation by acting against the BLM brand and diluting its own brand through inaction.
Louis Vuitton has been warned by the Joan Mitchell Foundation for infringing US artists' copyrights through an advertising campaign.
Probably the most obvious IP right for fashion is design right. Olivia Wykretowicz explains exactly how it works in this new article.
Clothes make the man, but consume a lot of resources. Digital fashion is different. In this article, we examine the legal questions that arise.
Can fashion be copyrighted as art? You might think of music or pictures. But you can, and we explain how.
Patents and fashion products - do they go together? In this article, Olivia Wykretowicz presents the intersection.
There is a new law in Mexico that aims to fight cultural appropriation with the means of IP law. Olivia Wykretowicz reports.
The OLG Frankfurt am Main had to deal with the confusability of the two signs "The North Face" and "The Dog Face", in particular in the clothing sector.