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Intellectual property rights protection of computer programs, information systems and related services
Kalíšek, Jindřich ; Kříž, Jan (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
Ochrana počítačových programů, informačních systémů Jindřich Kalíšek - Disertační práce a příbuzných služeb právem duševního vlastnictví Strana 1 z 3 Intellectual property rights protection of computer programs, information systems and related services Thesis Abstract 1) Dissertation thesis titled Intellectual property rights protection of computer programs, information systems and related services deals with the main legal approaches and their selected alternatives to the legal protection of computer programs, information systems and related software services. 2) The goal of the thesis is to analyse and provide the reader with consistent up-to-date information in particular on the two main forms of legal protection - copyright protection and industrial property protection of computer programs, to concisely describe their development, current status and key legal norms (international, EU and national) and that establish them. 3) The dissertation consists of an introduction, nine chapters and a conclusion. The thesis is divided into four units - introductory explanation, part of copyright law, part of industrial property (IP) law and final comparative part. 4) In the Introduction, the reader will get acquainted with the key concepts and issues elaborated in the thesis, as well as with the basic theoretical...
Legal protection of computer programs
Šurina, Štefan ; Kříž, Jan (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
1 Abstract (English) Legal protection of computer program The subject of the thesis is the legal protection of computer programs. The thesis provides for various perspectives of legal protection analysis, namely static protection, dynamic changes and perspectives for enforcement. The aim is to summarize the complex view on forms of protection and disposals of computer programs, especially taking into consideration extremely fast technological advances in the latest decades. This view on legal protection is further extended by a short analysis of development of protection and enforcement of rights related to computer programs within the digital environment. It is essential to view the protection of computer programs as a very specific subject of legal relations. Computer programs have emerged just recently and the opinions on their protection still vary. The primary form of protection is the copyright protection. However, computer programs are defined typically by their functional character which is not reflected by standard copyright protection. Legal protection is therefore amended to reflect these aspects via implementation of specific rights based on directives on protection of computer programs. The thesis reflects also judicial advances, especially taking into consideration the shifts in the...
Restricting the effects of a patent
Kronusová, Marie ; Pítra, Vladimír (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
Restricting the effects of a patent These theses are focused on issues of the legal options on the exceptions and limitations to patent rights. At first there is clarified fundamental terminology, especially relation between terms patent and innovation, patentable solution and also effects of the patent. Next chapters relate to the limitation on the patent effects that is the experimental use exception and also so- called Bolar exception; using the invention for non-commercial purposes; institute of compulsory licences; limitation to extemporaneous preparation of medicines in pharmacy, use of patent law articles on foreign vessels, aircrafts, land vehicles not permanently accessing from foreign countries and institute of prior user rights. The author discusses non-commercial use of the invention, which is closely related to the experimental use exception in some countries or the legal institute of compulsory licenses, contemplating negative and positive impacts and moral aspects of that decision. Regarding the scope of the experimental use exception, the author argues that the exception in need is rather narrow rather than broader. In case of compulsory licences, the author is emphasising on fair balance between the interest of patent owner rights and the concerns of nation and also comes with...
Grounds for Revocation and Invalidity of the European Union Trade Mark and the Czech National Trade Mark
Rohlena, Jan ; Pítra, Vladimír (advisor) ; Růžička, Michal (referee)
Grounds for Revocation and Invalidity of the European Union Trade Mark and the Czech National Trade Mark The grounds for revocation and invalidity of the European trade mark (hereinafter as the "EUTM") and the Czech national trade mark (hereinafter as the "Czech TM") represent a specific field of the trade mark law. The Regulation (EU) 2017/1001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 June 2017 on the European Union trade mark forms a legal basis in this field on the level of the law of the European Union and the Czech Act No. 441/2003 Coll., on Trade Marks, as amended, constitutes a legal basis on the Czech national law level. The practice of the relevant authorities, i.e. the European Union Intellectual Property Office and the Industrial Property Office of the Czech Republic, and especially the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union and relevant courts of the Czech Republic play very significant role in this area. The jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union regarding Directive 2008/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2008 to approximate the laws of the Member States relating to trade marks is also very relevant for this thesis. The reason for that consists in the fact that the above mentioned Directive has been...
Patent system in the Czech Republic
Lebedová, Radana ; Pítra, Vladimír (advisor) ; Růžička, Michal (referee)
Submitted master thesis discusses patent law legislation in the Czech Republic. The purpose of this thesis is to examine current legislation in particular with the focus on gaining the patent protection as well as following proceedings and to point out possible uncertainties and particularities of such proceedings given by special nature of patent proceedings in relation to administrative proceedings in general. Considering the mutual bond between the substantive and procedure patent law, this thesis also deals with selected substantive issues. Except for the introduction and the conclusion the work is divided into six chapters. These chapters are notionally split in two main parts. First part consists of first three chapters and is considered to be the introduction to the issue of patent law; second part, consisting of last remaining chapters, represents the core of the thesis on its own. First chapter deals with defining the main terms in the field of patent law and intellectual property law as such. Firstly, it deals with the term intellectual property following by industrial property which are commonly defined by enumeration of subjects belonging to one or the other. Moreover, this chapter concentrates on explaining what patent law, patent and invention legally mean. Second chapter is dedicated...
Specific of patent law in pharmaceutical industry
Kolářová, Karolína ; Pítra, Vladimír (advisor) ; Růžička, Michal (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the selected institutes and specifics of patent law in pharmaceutical industry. The aim is to analyze and critically evaluate these institutes and specifics. Although the topic requires a certain overlap into different scientific fields, the thesis emphasizes on the legal aspects of these institutes. The thesis is based on the Czech legislation; however, many chapters require an insight into the European or/and international legal context. Furthermore, the case law of a foreign court and the European Patent Office is also presented. To begin with, the thesis deals with definitions of the key terms of a patent law and presents a brief overview of the legislation on the national level as well as internationally. In the next chapter the area of pharmaceutical industry is introduced, more specifically its historical background and a specific terminology used in such area. The thesis contains a chapter dealing with the area of biotechnology as well. In the crucial part of this thesis, firstly general requirements for patentability of inventions are defined and the question of patentability of biotechnological inventions is evaluated. The attitude towards patentability of genetic modifications and cloning is evaluated more closely. Furthermore the requirements of the gene's...
Cancellation and invalidity of a European trade mark
Rohlena, Jan ; Svoboda, Pavel (advisor) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
Revocation and Invalidity of European Trade Mark Revocation and invalidity of European trade mark, more precisely termed as Community trade mark (hereinafter as "CTM"), is a specific field of trade mark law of the European Union. It is Council Regulation (EC) No 207/2009 of 26 February 2009 on the Community trade mark which forms a legal basis in this regard. The practice of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market and especially the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union play very significant role in this area. The practice of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market and the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union regarding Directive 2008/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2008 to approximate the laws of the Member States relating to trade marks is also relevant for the revocation and invalidity of CTM as this Directive provides for the revocation and invalidity of national trade marks in similar manner. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the nature of revocation and invalidity of CTM and individual grounds for revocation and invalidity as well as selected related issues, e.g. of procedural nature. This thesis is divided into four chapters. First chapter briefly introduces the institute of CTM and trade...
Legal protection of design focusing on fashion industry
Tomášková, Lucie ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis focuses on definition of all possibilities of legal protection of design relating to the fashion industry and fashion design. Thesis defines term design, its fundamental types, typical characters and special features. Next part deals with design as the immaterial thing, as the thing in legal sense and its categorization due to adoption of New Civil Code and broader concept of the thing in legal sense differentiating on material and immaterial. From the area of forms of legal protection thesis pursues particularly protection through copyright, industrial designs, trademarks and unfair competition. Simultaneously it compares the relationship of protection through copyright and industrial designs as well as industrial designs and trademarks. Another part is dedicated to public and private legal means which designer may use providing that there is interference with his rights. Apart from specification of forms and means of legal protection, which are available in the Czech Republic, this thesis aims to describe opportunities of designer in the international area and area of the European Union. Thesis concerns registered and unregistered industrial design from the point of view of the European Union, from the international area it mentions all international agreements important for...
Community trade mark and its relation to a national trade mark
Skácelová, Michaela ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
The theme of this thesis is the European Union trade mark and its relation to the national trade mark. Three main chapters are devoted to this subject. The first chapter provides a brief introduction to the concept of trade mark in general and its history. The second chapter is about the core of the matter and illustrates the European Union trade mark itself - elements required by the Regulation, the registration process and the trade mark's effects. The next chapter discusses the relationship between the national trade mark and the European Union trade mark as two systems existing next to each other that do influence each other.
Comparative study of trademark law in legal systems of the Czech Republic and the Peoples Republic of China
Kučera, Matěj ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
This paper compares legal systems of trademark law in Czech Republic and Peoples Republic of China with focus on trademark legislation. The goal of this thesis is to provide the reader with a view of Czech and Chinese mentality towards trademarks as it evolved in time. This historical comparison of trademark evolution should mainly serve as a guideline to understanding as to why each legal system chose such legislation even though both are part of the civil law system. Another goal is to present the reader to a complete view of Chinese trademark legislation with focus on those aspects that are the most different for Czech trademark legislation and also to present specifics of Chinese and Czech trademark legislation which would be hard to find in its counterpart. This thesis is divided into three chapters. The first chapter describes the basic concepts that are essential to this thesis, with focus on those, that are significant for the comparison of both legislations. Second chapter provides complete explanation of historical evolution of trademarks in both countries, with focus on historical evolution of trademarks in China. Third and longest chapter deals with the actual comparison of both legislations, with the main focus on Chinese legislation. Each subchapter starts with a description of a...

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