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Trademark legislation: draft law which will repeal the existing law on trade marks (Law 2239/1994)
According to a memo published by the Ministry, the proposed draft law would repeal the existing law on trade marks (Law 2239/1994) and seeks to improve and modernise trade marks legislation to make it more functional and effective. The new draft law would also transpose European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/48/EC of 29 April 2004 into Greek law. At the same time it would protect consumers and businesses from imitation products. The penalties on persons infringing the new law would be stricter and for the first time it would be possible to obtain immediate court orders (interim decrees and injunctions) without calling the infringing party to appear...
Brief overview of the proposed amendments to the bankruptchy code (Articles 99 et seq. of Law 3588/2007)
The Ministry of Regional Development & Competitiveness has put forward proposals to reform the pre-bankruptcy procedure called ‘rehabilitation’. The reform, contained in the proposal for a draft law which has already been made public, primarily relates to replacing the provisions of Chapter VI of Law 3588/2007 (Articles 99 to 106) of the Hellenic Bankruptcy Code. According to the explanatory memorandum accompanying the draft law, the key disadvantage of the conciliation procedure which applies at present is that the agreement which results from that...
The recent changes in Labor Law
Changes have been made recently to labour relations situation in Greece by Laws 3846/2010, 3863/2010 and 3899/2010 for the purpose of making working time more flexible. These laws lay down the terms and conditions for part-time work and rotating employment, tele-working is regulated, conditions are laid down for the organisation of working time depending on each individual undertaking’s own needs, and there are provisions about temporarily laying off employees. Other reforms relate to the shortening of the notice period when employment contracts are...
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