4 photos published on Nov 27 2014 - 16:50.
PETOŠEVIĆ Montenegro co-organized and hosted an INTA Roundtable entitled “Trademark Use – Important Aspects” in Podgorica, Montenegro on November 4, 2014.
10 photos published on Oct 1 2014 - 15:59.
The representatives of the PETOŠEVIĆ office and the Serbian customs authorities have recently organized and witnessed the destruction of 840 towels and 840 children’s jeans found to infringe the intellectual property rights of FC Barcelona. On August 28, 2014, the counterfeit goods were taken to the city waste yard in Belgrade where they were destroyed with a truck tire shredder, compacted and covered with waste and soil.
23 photos published on Feb 10 2014 - 10:37.
PETOŠEVIĆ employees recently attended a legal English course in Belgrade held by Jeremy Phillips, a distinguished British academic, author and commentator on intellectual property law.
5 photos published on Dec 27 2013 - 11:54.
On November 14, the representatives of the PETOŠEVIĆ office in Ljubljana organized the destruction of 3,600 counterfeit Skullcandy earphones and 500 counterfeit Pepsi radios.
4 photos published on Mar 22 2013 - 00:00.
PETOŠEVIĆ COO Ignacio Lazaro was invited to speak on behalf of the INTA at an anti-counterfeiting conference in Minsk, Belarus on February 19, 2013.
The conference, entitled “Brand Protection in the Customs Union of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia: Corporate Image – Country Image” was organized by BelBrand, an industry association made up of Belarusian trademark owners. Ignacio Lazaro, who has been closely following the CU developments, gave a presentation on the common issues and challenges that IP rights owners face in Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan as a result of this relatively new union.
7 photos published on Aug 23 2012 - 00:00.
The first destruction of counterfeit goods in Albania took place in the capital of Tirana on August 9-10, 2012. Over 1,000 items bearing the mark of the world’s leading supplier of athletic shoes and apparel and a major manufacturer of sports equipment were destroyed in the presence of trademark representatives and under the supervision of Albanian customs officials.