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Sweden jurisdiction report: Valuable lessons in IP

Sweden26-05-2021Maria Zamkova

For nearly 30 years, the Swedish Intellectual Property Office has cooperated with the government’s agency for development cooperation, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

Italy jurisdiction report: Copyright in industrial design

Italy25-05-2021Simone Milli

It is well known that industrial design works need to satisfy two requirements to be eligible for copyright protection in Italy: creative content and artistic value.

France jurisdiction report: Copyright and free artistic expression

France24-05-2021Aurélia Marie

On February 23, 2020, the Court of Appeal of Paris upheld the decision of the Tribunal de grande instance de Paris, of November 8, 2018, condemning the American artist Jeff Koons and the Centre Pompidou for infringing a photograph dating from 1985.

China: Secret solutions

China24-05-2021Xiaojun Guo

Stronger laws and greater interest from authorities and judges are increasing the use of trade secrets in China, says Xiaojun Guo of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office.

Protecting theatrical works in South Africa

South Africa06-05-2021Júlia Alves Coutinho

On the back of recent legislative changes, Júlia Alves Coutinho of Inventa International explains the rules when it comes to using copyright to protect theatrical works.

What Michael Jackson’s taxes tell us about IP Valuation

05-05-2021Roya Ghafele

The dispute over the pop star’s estate highlighted the need for a more systematic method of valuing intangible assets, argues Roya Ghafele of OxFirst.

Google v Oracle: a closer look at the dissent

16-04-2021Michael Graif

As the fallout over SCOTUS’ ruling in Google v Oracle continues, Michael Graif of Mintz unpacks the blistering dissent to the landmark decision.

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.

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