Jeremy Drew RPC
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European Union, United Kingdom - July 27 2012
The Supreme Court (the UK’s highest court) has unequivocally upheld the rights of a trade mark owner to the first marketing rights of its products in the EEA, notwithstanding complaints from a parallel importer that the exercise of those rights was anti-competitive (see Oracle America Inc. (formerly Sun) v M-Tech Data Ltd1.
Co-authors: Paul McComb .
European Union, United Kingdom - October 13 2011
On 4 October 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down its judgment on the legality of the licensing agreements entered into by the Football Association’s Premier League (FAPL) for the broadcast of live matches.
Co-authors: Stephen Smith.
European Union, United Kingdom - September 28 2011
The ECJ has delivered its judgment in the long awaited “keyword” advertising case Interflora v Marks & Spencer plc (M&S), on a reference from the English High Court made in June 2010.
Co-authors: Paul Joseph.
European Union, United Kingdom - February 9 2011
Under the Advocate General's opinion, online marketplace operator eBay can become liable for its users' actions.
Co-authors: Tamar Shafran.
United Kingdom - February 1 2011
Image rights are big business, in some cases doubling an athlete's earning capacity.
Co-authors: Nicole Mellors.