DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: DISPUTE DS83

Denmark — Measures Affecting the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights


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Mutually Agreed Solution notified: 13 June 2001

  

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Complaint by the United States.

This request, dated 14 May 1997, is in respect of Denmark’s alleged failure to make provisional measures available in the context of civil proceedings involving intellectual property rights. The US contends that this failure violates Denmark’s obligations under Articles 50, 63 and 65 of the TRIPS Agreement.

 

Mutually agreed solution

On 7 June 2001, the parties to the dispute notified to the DSB a mutually satisfactory solution on the matter.

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