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ECJ Ruling on EU Trade Mark Jurisdiction: Online Infringers Can No Longer ‘Hide’ From Justice
An ECJ ruling clarifies the power of EU Trade Mark Courts in Member States.
High Court “Pitching In” with new guidance on the use of interim injunctions in copyright infringement case
Guidance on factors to take into account when considering whether an interim injunction should be granted in case of copyright infringement.
To post, or not to post?
Following the ECJ’s recent ruling, re-posting of a photograph is likely to require the authorisation of the copyright owner.
Understanding joint authorship
When does helping someone with a creative project give you a claim over the end result?
How (not) to protect an idea for a TV format
A rare case alleging that a TV format has been copied has been thrown out of court for having no realistic prospect of success
Goodbye M'Hearties! - CJEU rules 'The Pirate Bay' online sharing platform infringes copyright
The CJEU handed down its judgment finding that the operators of file sharing BitTorrent websites are infringing copyright.
Multimedia players preloaded to link to piracy websites is an act of primary copyright infringement
CJEU continues the trend of interpreting a “communication to the public” broadly with copyright infringement ruling
Compliance newsletter - April 2017
Welcome to April edition of our Compliance newsletter
Are steps being taken to make pirated content less accessible?
Access to pirated content for consumers may become more difficult.
Reproduction of eight second clips of a sporting event can infringe copyright
An overview of England and Wales Cricket Board and Sky UK Limited vs. Tixdaq Limited and Fanatix Limited.