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Joanna Boag-Thomson Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP

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World IP Day - copyright: booking its place in the future *

United Kingdom - April 23 2013
Copyright can protect many different forms of expression, including literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, layouts of typographical…

Co-authors: Mairi Queen.

World IP Day – design right *

United Kingdom - April 23 2013
In the lead up to World IP Day on 26 April, each day this week we are looking at a different type of intellectual property as a reminder of ways in…

Co-authors: Mandy Deeley, John MacKenzie.

Three strikes and yaar out? *

New Zealand - August 28 2012
With numerous multinational companies and copyright holders desperate to stop the steady, and expensive, emergence of internet piracy, it is unsurprising that governments around the world are taking steps to tackle the problem

Intellectual property news round-up – August 2012 *

United Kingdom - August 28 2012
In this round-up of recent IP law news, we report on newly published guidance on the practical use of the Patent Box, the continuing battle between Samsung and Apple, unlawful advertising at the Olympics and the use of domain name opticalexpressruinedmylife.co.uk.

BA’s Googling: licence to compile online book of faces? *

United Kingdom - July 20 2012
British Airways have announced a new computer system initiative that allows ground staff and cabin crew to find pictures of passengers online so they can immediately recognise them.

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