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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...
Selected aspects of the law of fashion industry
Kamaleeva, Renata ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Wünschová Pujmanová, Alexandra (referee)
This thesis defines fashion law as a specific horizontal legal field that relates to the protection of design, materials, manufacturing processes, technology, shapes, lines, colours, finishing and labelling, trademark infringement and copyright protection. Moreover, it deals with crucial topics in the field of fashion law including licensing and enforcement of rights to the products available to retailers, manufactures, and fashion designers. In addition, the thesis studies the establishment and development of fashion law abroad, particularly in the United States of America, as well as in the Czech Republic. In this thesis, the definition of fashion design includes its features and unique remarks in comparison to other types of design. Further, the thesis thoroughly examines and analyses the protection of fashion design available to retailers, fashion designers and manufactures under Czech law, especially trademark protection, copyright protection, competition law and trade dress protection. It studies various sources of law, including case law, statutes, international treaties and soft law that relate to the protection given by the Czech and other legal systems. Moreover, it analyses the concurrence of the copyright protection of design and industrial design protection. Finally, the thesis studies...
Protection of Intellectual Property in International Trade
The main topic of this diploma thesis is "Property of intellectual property rights in international trade. The aim is to provide complex view on intellectual property protection in international trade, afterwards more specifically focused on industrial property, trademarks and geographical indications. The crucial part of the thesis is dovoted to the analysis of individual steps of trademark registration.

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