Synonyms for gewerblicher or Related words with gewerblicher

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Examples of "gewerblicher"
Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht Rechtsprechungs-Report (GRUR-RR) is a monthly intellectual property law journal published in German. It comprises case law decisions "supplementing the court rulings section" of the main "Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht" (GRUR) journal.
Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht, Internationaler Teil (GRUR Int) is a monthly journal published in German by Verlag C.H. Beck, Munich, Germany. The journal articles mainly concern European, foreign (i.e. foreign to Germany) and international intellectual property law. It has been published since 1952 and, as of 2007, has approximately 1,900 subscribers. The total annual volume amounts to approximately 1,000 printed pages.
Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht (, ) is a monthly intellectual property law journal published in German. It is the journal of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (German: "Deutsche Vereinigung für gewerblichen Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht") and was established in 1899. The journal articles mainly concern German law. It is the journal with the longest tradition in the field of intellectual property law in Germany. Because of the green cover of the journal, the whole area of intellectual property law is commonly referred to as "green section" (""grüner Bereich"") among German lawyers.
Several times the officers from "Sondergruppe R" perjured themselves in court when they denied that the "Reichswehr" had anything to do with the Black "Reichswehr" or the murders they had committed. In a secret letter sent to the President of the German Supreme Court, which was trying a member of the Black "Reichswehr" for murder, Seeckt admitted that the Black "Reichswehr" was controlled by the "Reichswehr", and argued that the murders were justified by the struggle against Versailles, so the court should acquit the defendant. In 1921, Seeckt had Kurt von Schleicher of "Sondergruppe R", negotiate the arrangements with Leonid Krasin for German aid to the Soviet arms industry. In September 1921, at a secret meeting in Schleicher's apartment, the details of an arrangement for German financial and technological aid for building up the Soviet arms industry in exchange for Soviet support in helping Germany evade the disarmament clauses of the Treaty of Versailles were agreed to. Schleicher created a shell corporation known as the GEFU ("Gesellschaft zur Förderung gewerblicher Unternehmungen"-Company for the promotion of industrial enterprise) that funnelled 75 million "Reichmarks" into the Soviet arms industry. The GEFU founded factories in the Soviet Union for the production of aircraft, tanks, artillery shells and poison gas. The arms contracts of GEFU in the Soviet Union ensured that Germany did not fall behind in military technology in the 1920s despite being disarmed by Versailles, and laid the covert foundations in the 1920s for the overt rearmament of the 1930s.
In the early 1920s Schleicher emerged as a leading protégé of General Hans von Seeckt, who often gave Schleicher sensitive assignments. In the spring of 1921 Seeckt created a secret group within the "Reichswehr" known as "Sondergruppe R", whose task was to work with the Red Army in their common struggle against the international system established by the Treaty of Versailles. Schleicher was a leading member of "Sondergruppe R", and it was he who worked out the arrangements with Leonid Krasin for German aid to the Soviet arms industry. In September 1921, at a secret meeting in Schleicher's apartment, the details of an arrangement were reached in which German financial and technological aid for building the Soviet arms industry were exchanged for Soviet support in helping Germany circumvent the disarmament clauses of the Treaty of Versailles. Schleicher created several dummy corporations, most notably the GEFU ("Gesellschaft zur Förderung gewerblicher Unternehmungen"-Company for the Promotion of Industrial Enterprise) that funnelled 75 million "Reichmarks" into the Soviet arms industry. The GEFU founded factories in the Soviet Union for the production of aircraft, tanks, artillery shells and poison gas. The arms contracts of GEFU in the Soviet Union ensured that Germany did not fall behind in military technology in the 1920s despite being disarmed by Versailles, and laid the covert foundations in the 1920s for the overt rearmament of the 1930s.