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Webinar: How TM lawyers should prepare for Brexit

EU21-12-2020Copyright News

The full impact of Brexit will be felt when, on December 31, 2020, the transitional period of the UK’s departure from the European Union comes to an end—raising questions for IP rights owners and practitioners alike.

AG weighs in on erotic films copyright dispute

18-12-2020Copyright News

An advocate general of the Court of Justice of the European Union yesterday opined in a copyright dispute involving erotic films being shared via peer-to-peer file sharing software BitTorrent.

EU to avoid monitoring obligations in DSA

EU16-12-2020Rory O'Neill

Proposed EU legislative reforms would require greater transparency around the removal of illegal content online, but fall short of monitoring or filtering obligations.

Mayer Brown hires copyright litigator from Orrick

16-12-2020Movers & ShakersSarah Morgan

Mayer Brown has strengthened its IP practice in New York with the addition of litigator Paul Fakler.

Alibaba, Amazon, eBay escape European Commission piracy list

EU16-12-2020Sarah Morgan

Online commerce platforms Alibaba, Amazon, eBay have avoided inclusion on the European Commission’s 2020 watch list of counterfeiting and piracy hotspots, despite a number of nominations from stakeholders.

German court refuses YouTube pirate user disclosure bid

EU, Germany15-12-2020Sarah Morgan

The German Federal Court of Justice has held that YouTube doesn’t have to hand over the email or IP addresses of copyright infringers, bringing a long-running dispute to an end.

CJEU sides with Canal+ against European Commission

EU10-12-2020Rory O'Neill

The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled in favour of French broadcaster Canal+, in a dispute with the European Commission over broadcasting contracts.

Australia to make Google, Facebook pay for news

Australia10-12-2020Rory O'Neill

Australia is preparing to introduce a landmark law making Facebook and Google pay news publishers for news content.

EUIPO reveals most pirated TV, film and music

EU09-12-2020Rory O'Neill

DC Comics and Marvel productions top the list of the most pirated films in the EU, a new report has found.

Thailand to launch online IP arbitration service

Thailand09-12-2020Sarah Morgan

Thailand’s Department of Intellectual Property is set to launch an online IP dispute settlement service in January 2021.

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