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Google v Oracle: court avoids software protection question

07-04-2021Victor Johnson

The US Supreme Court put its weight behind fair use, leaving the protection of software for another day, says Victor Johnson of Dykema.

Google v Oracle: bad news for API developers

06-04-2021Bill Frankel

By leaning on unusual analogies the US Supreme Court has created unsettling precedents for software developers, argues Bill Frankel of Brinks Gilson & Lione.

UK court defers to EU law in post-Brexit ‘hyperlinks’ case

UK31-03-2021MusicPenelope Thornton and Alastair Shaw

As the UK Court of Appeals aligns with the EU courts on hyperlinks, Penelope Thornton and Alastair Shaw of Hogan Lovells unpack the decision.

The CJEU’s ruling on web linking: what will it mean for copyright owners?

EU19-03-2021Cristina Creţu and Flavia Ștefura

The much-anticipated ruling in Bild-Kunst diverged from an Advocate General’s opinion, and could herald a sea change for copyright owners. Cristina Creţu and Flavia Ștefura of Maravela, Popescu & Asociații report.

Securing the secrets of sports data

UK04-03-2021Alex Baldwin

As the billion-dollar sports betting market continues to grow, so does its need for pitchside data, but the dispute over who owns it is getting fierce, as Alex Baldwin discovers.

A boost to consumer confidence

India26-01-2021Ranjan Narula and Shabnam Khan

Updated rules for India’s e-commerce platforms seek to crack down on infringers who sell on the growing online marketplace, explain Ranjan Narula and Shabnam Khan of RNA, Technology and IP Attorneys.

Protecting “The Chokwe Thinker”

Africa, Angola19-01-2021Vera Albino

The adoption of an Angolan statuette as a cultural icon has raised questions over the protection of art as a trademark. Vera Albino of Inventa International explores the issues.

France jurisdiction report: Protecting your plate

France10-01-2021Aurélia Marie

French deputies have tabled a draft of law to create a sui generis industrial property right protecting culinary creations.

The Biden administration’s trade policy: what will it mean for IP?

14-12-2020Jess Collen and Michael Nesheiwat

The incoming US presidential administration has made it clear that it will prioritise trade policy and undo a number of Trump’s decisions in this area, which could lead to significant ramifications for IP. Michael Nesheiwat and Jess Collen of law firm Collen IP report.

Pearls of Wisdom

International20-11-2020Sarah Morgan

In an engaging session, Morgan Stanley Managing Director, gospel artist, author, and public speaker Carla Harris tackled career advancement, racial injustice, and leading in turbulent times. Sarah Morgan reports.

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