In 2014, the Turkish Constitutional Court hit the headlines after cancelling several articles of the Decree Law No. 556 on the Protection of Trademarks. In May, the court struck out two more articles of the law, 16(5) and 7(1)(i), on the basis that they are unconstitutional.
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Isik Ozdogan, Ezgi Baklaci, Moroglu Arseven, trademark, TPI,