Laws and Regulations under TRIPS Art. 63.2 - View details of the document

Federal Law on Industrial Designs and Models of 30 March 1900 and its amendment of 16 December 1994
Existence of the right to protection, registration of designs, scope and acquisition of rights, register of designs, civil and criminal proceedings, administrative remedies, etc. Right of priority, immunity deriving from disclosure. Provisional measures, penalties under criminal law, customs measures (amendments in line with Arts. 41, 46, 50, 51 ff and 61 of the TRIPS Agreement) Amendments following the assumption by the Federal Office for Intellectual Property on 1 January 1996 of the tasks of the Federal Office for Intellectual Property. Proceedings and penalties under civil and criminal law. Provisional measures. Customs measures.
Most recent amendments: - Arts. 14a-14e, 16, 25, 27, 28, 28a, 29, 31 and 33a-33c; adopted on 16 December 1994, entered into effect on 1 July 1995 (RO 1995 1784) - Arts. 10(1) and (2), 15(2) subparagraph 2, 22(2)