06/03/2014

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Wedges Caring for young children is a concern of first importance in all parents, this both in antiquity as today, for this reason and for them, the invention of objects of immovable property as the wedges have solved this problem radically. Wedges are a kind of bed cover with some special rods, which prevent that the baby from falling out of it, these are usually constructed in wood, although at present we found in various materials. Wedges begin their development in Babylon, where the infants (infants) were placed in baskets specially designed so that they do not suffer no evil; This practice spread to other major kingdoms such as Rome and Egypt, where some aspects have been modified. In Rome the use of wedges had some progress, but not very significant, the creation of beds resting on the floor with some tablets that protected to the baby falls, it began to be used by royalty, although being on the floor babies were exposed to others risks, they were constantly monitored by the maids. In the middle ages the wedge had already obtained their great evolution, because they were already considered as beds for newborns, although its use was exclusive of royalty. For the 18th and 19th centuries wedges were massive use, because after the middle ages, the implementation of them in hospitals was very common. Currently wedges are the means of care used by all parents around the world, thanks to its marketing and variety. Some types of wedges can currently be manufactured of different materials, without commenting that they can bring many advantages. Some like: wood shims: they are entirely made of wood, they offer a great care for the baby because they are very tough, since they are made in oak and other hardwoods. Aluminium wedges: are designed to...
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Royal Academy Law 17/2001 of 7 December, brands, established as preventive elements to gain access to the trademark registration both a series of absolute prohibitions (signs that are contrary to law, public order or good customs, which are misleading the public, for example on the nature, quality or geographical origin of the product or service(, etc.), as relative. The latter include the provisions in article 9(1). d, through which protects the social reasons of a legal person who before the date of filing or priority of the CTM application identifies a person other than the applicant in the course of trade. The CTM application must be identical or similar to these signs and in addition also must be identical or similar its scope of application. The combination of both factors must involve a potential risk of confusion in the public. To these effects, the holder of the trade name priority, shall prove the use or notorious knowledge of it in the whole of the national territory. Therefore we already have a preventive obstacle of the later trademark registration, which would be the notoriety of a previous social reason. But to know in what consists this circumstance, we define such indeterminate legal concept. If we accede to the definition given by the Royal Academy of the Spanish language, it is considered notorious, among other meanings, to what is public and known by all. This would imply that a notorious social reason reflect the presence of this sign in the minds of consumers, and as a result the target audience, would know the existence of a product or service coincides with the trade name of the company, identifying the same with the denomination used to rotate in the mercantile traffic. Therefore, where a social reason was qualified as notorious would demonstrate that it had...