Fame of property rights

The Unfair claim to intellectual property rights is the claim to own a property right that does not exist or does not exist in this form. This is the case, for example, when someone uses a "R in a circle" to the word element of a word/figurative mark, as the protection covers the entire mark and not the individual word element. Unfair claims to intellectual property rights constitute an infringement of competition law.

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