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Fashion Law
Krčmárová, Anna ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
in English Fashion Law This rigorosum thesis carries the name of the recently established field of law. The fashion law has to uphold its status through fulfilment of the field-specific criteria; therefore, the fashion law is introduced on the background of a three part conceptual classification - fashion business law, fashion public law and fashion intellectual property law. The first chapters are dedicated to the establishment of the fashion law with respect to its wide academic acceptance. The second chapter outlines fashion business law with a special view to intellectual property licensing, due to its influence on the reputation of the fashion companies, which is crucial in such a competitive field. The topic of fashion public law is included as well in the second chapter as a necessary part of the legal field which might provide an alternative look at the issue of protection of the fashion companies' intellectual property. The entire third chapter addresses the fashion companies' intellectual property: patents, copyright, fashion designs and trade marks as suitable forms of protection of fashion designs and fashion brands. Individual forms of protection are presented in the international context with specific statutory requirements of the respective way of protection. A relevant part of the...
Domain names in the Czech legal system
Kuba, Jaroslav ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Wünschová Pujmanová, Alexandra (referee)
Domain names in the Czech legal system The aim of this work is to introduce readers to the topic of domain names themselves with a necessary technical overlap, their legal regulation in the Czech legal framework, including a general analysis of particular legal institutes used for their protection (namely trademarks, unfair competition, name of an individual and name of a legal entity), and finally to outline the ways and development of the settlement of disputes arising from them before the judicial and extrajudicial bodies. The first chapter of the thesis covers the concept of domain names as such from a technical point of view. There is described the domain name function in the Internet and the domain name system as well, consisting of top level domains of different types with their specifics. Consequently are there through domain name registration covered domain name disputes in a global context, including the individual causes (types) of these disputes, and finally concludes with the description of a specific form of alternative dispute resolution called UDRP. The second, most extensive chapter is dedicated to the legal regulation of domain names in the Czech legal framework itself. The chapter begins with theoretical concept of domain names from the legal point of view and its historical...
Obstacles in registration of trade-marks in Czech and European decisions
Dzjubaková, Marta ; Patěk, Daniel (advisor) ; Rozehnal, Aleš (referee)
The purpose of this thesis is to provide comprehensive overview of the obstacles of eligibility for registration of trademarks and analysis of various barriers through the practice of Czech and European courts and also the Industrial Property Office. The basis of the work was to focus on the theoretical level and supplemented and analysis of decision-making practice. Based on ananalysis of key decisions and other can be summarized that the legislation marks reached a significant level. If a person is considering the registration of new trademarks, or an extension of an existing one, it has sufficient amount of relevant information and can avoid fatal errors, that result would be a loss of protection of trademarks or failure to protect the new mark. The work consists of three main chapters. The first chapter is a historical excursion in to legislative developments trademarks and obstacles of eligibility for registration of trademarks. The second chapter defines the basic concepts and categories of the Czech Republic and the European Union. At the conclusion summarizes the advantages of the current approach to assessing eligibility barriers Intellectual Property Office and the estimate of assessing eligibility for registration of trademarks in particular in relation to new types of marks. The third...
Convergence of Copyright and Trademark Protection
Holub, Lukáš ; Žikovská, Petra (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
Convergence of Copyright and Trademark Protection Key Words: Copyright, Trademark, Protection, Convergence Abstract: The thesis analyzes the concept of copyright and trademark protection in Czech law and the consequences of their simultaneous operation. The aim is to determine whether the existing legislation responds the current trends and demands in our society, where business and arts are becoming interconnected and where the boundaries between those disciplines are blurred. Both protections are initially assigned to theoretical context of legal branches of intellectual property and intangible property. The author also deals with current conception of ownership in Civil Code. Following chapters are based on the principles of civil (continental) law concepts of copyright law and industrial property law established in this part. Subsequently the regulation of copyright protection and trademark protection is discussed in two separate chapters. Those chapters are divided into identical sub-chapters to highlight similarities and differences of both legal institutes. The focus is on subjects of both protections, their beneficiaries, formation, content, duration, means, limitations, international context and the issues of licensing. In the chapter devoted to convergence, various situations which might occur...
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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