Croatian Customs Seize and Destroy Counterfeit Apparel
On September 4, 2009, Croatia’s Customs confirmed they seized 33,925 clothing items of brands such as Burberry, Gucci, Adidas, Chanel, Lacoste, Dolce Gabanna, and Armani. Some of the items were found to be genuine and were released.
Others were shredded. For example, 85 shirts, 315 pairs of trousers and 25 tracksuits of counterfeit Armani and Emporio Armani goods were shredded into pieces at the customs warehouse.
For more information, please contact Ancica Juricic in our Croatia Office.
September 2009 News
- German Retailer Successfully Claims Its Trademark in Russia
- Romanian Customs Seize EUR 2,774,096 Worth of Counterfeit Goods
- Croatian Customs Seize and Destroy Counterfeit Apparel
- Macedonian Customs Seize Counterfeit Converse and Reebok
- Bulgarian Travel Agency Fined for Unfair Competition
- Croatia Joins the Academy of European Law
- Romanian PTO Officials Help Small Businesses
- Macedonian Government Adopts a Three-Year IP Strategy
- Serbian Government Adopts the Draft Law on Copyright and Neighboring Rights
- Seminar on Copyright and Neighboring Rights Held in Serbia
- Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Symposium in Macedonia
- Unlicensed CDs and DVDs Seized in Bulgaria
- Montenegro’s Domain .ME to Completely Replace Former Domain CG.YU
- Slovak PTO Publishes New Website
- Kyrgyz Domain Registry Website Launched
- Bulgarian Patent Office to Implement the OPAC Project
- Macedonia Joins the European Community Program Customs 2013