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Backlog piling up at CJEU

EU08-03-2013

Europe’s highest court resolved fewer cases in 2012 than in 2011, according to data published on Wednesday.

Universal countersued in Fifty Shades of Grey dispute

08-03-2013

An adult film company sued by Universal Studios for making a movie based on E.L. James’s best-selling book Fifty Shades of Grey has countersued, claiming that James's work is in the public domain.

Study reports higher online film sales since Megaupload demise

08-03-2013

A Carnegie Mellon University study published on Wednesday shows an increase in digital film sales since file-sharing site Megaupload was shut down.

1st Annual Life Sciences Law Forum: confusion over SPCs

EU07-03-2013

Recent CJEU judgements on the interpretation of SPC regulations are not clear and have left judges frustrated, said Huw Evans, partner at Norton Rose LLP, at the 1st Annual Life Sciences Law Forum in London.

Trademark Clearinghouse: five questions for brand owners

07-03-2013Stuart Fuller, NetNames

Confused by the coming Internet storm? Then you are not alone. Stuart Fuller from NetNames considers five questions every brand owner should know the answers to.

CJEU hammers streaming sites with TVCatchup ruling

07-03-2013

Internet streaming companies must obtain broadcasters’ permission to re-transmit their copyrighted works to the public, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) ruled on Thursday.

UK High Court backs Apple in Samsung patent dispute

07-03-2013

A judge at England’s High Court has invalidated three Samsung patents and dismissed patent infringement claims brought by the company against Californian smartphone maker Apple.

Australian iWatch mark could stop Apple

Australia06-03-2013

An Australian trademark for ‘iWatch’ has raised questions about Apple’s ability to register the same name for a rumoured new product.

1st Annual Life Sciences Law Forum: what do we know about the Unitary Patent?

EU06-03-2013

Day two of the 1st Annual Life Sciences Forum in London saw panellists discuss the European Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court.

Reports: UK to introduce plain packaging legislation

06-03-2013

The UK government is apparently set to follow Australia's footsteps by stripping branding from cigarette packets.

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