دعوى المنافسة غير المشروعة كآلية مدنية لحماية العلامة وموقف اتفاقيتي باريس وتريبس
Competition constitutes one of the economic pillars and the backbone of the practice of various honest practices that work on the prosperity of trade. Therefore, countries have adopted the principle of practicing trade in accordance with legal controls that guarantee the stability of transactions without harming the market, economic aid, or the consuming public in order to obtain quick profit or for abuse considerations. For various protected trademarks, various trademarks have been able to achieve a high degree of leadership in the markets, including well-known trademarks, where methods are used that harm the trademark or trademark owner either by compromising his reputation or by discouraging customers from his products by following these camouflaging methods. Because of this reason, the reason why it is a reason to exercise, and therefore the opportunity to get appropriate compensation and taken in related, missionary, and benefit from getting a fair compensation for damage. Affects the trademark and its resources, thus placing the interest of the countries in the first place.
Keywords: Marks; Unfair Competition; Compensation; Paris Agreement; TRIPS Agreement.
Meroua DJAZIRI, Third year PhD – industrial property law, Affiliation Informer: Human Security Informer: (Reality, Bets and Prospects), University of Hajj Lakhdar, Faculty of Law – Batna 1 – ALGERIA
Miloud SELLAMI, Professor of Higher Education – Hadj Lakhdar University, Faculty of Law, Batna 1 – ALGERIA