In the executive summary the European Commission and EUIPO writes:
“In previous years, DG TAXUD and the EUIPO have published separate reports describing the annual results of the enforcement of intellectual property rights (IPRs) carried out by the respective enforcement authorities at the EU border and within the EU internal market. The two entities now have agreed to jointly publish an annual document presenting the efforts made and work carried out by all authorities in the domain of the enforcement of the IPRs. This edition provides the figures for the detentions of IPR-infringing goods and other related information in 2020.
In terms of number of procedures, the product subcategories appearing most were common consumer products (Clothing and Footwear, both sport and non-sport shoes) and luxury products (Bags, wallets and purses, and Watches).…”
Read the executive summary here.
Read the full report here.