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The Newspaper Licensing Agency v Meltwater: an internet copyright case with "implications for many millions" *
United Kingdom - April 18 2013
The English Supreme Court has said that temporary copies made automatically when browsing the web should not usually infringe copyright. As the issue…
Co-authors: Nick Cunningham.
Is this evidence of real value? Yes/no - further guidance on consumer evidence in trade mark disputes from the Court of Appeal *
United Kingdom - April 17 2013
The ongoing trade mark dispute between Interflora and Marks & Spencer has been the focus of several of our earlier alerts as it has already resulted…
United Kingdom - November 27 2012
This Court of Appeal judgment is yet another judgment in the long-running trade mark infringement litigation, concerning the use of Google AdWords, between Marks & Spencer and Interflora.
Co-authors: Alexandra Brodie.
European Union - October 24 2012
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has provided guidance on whether website use of the content of a database protected by the sui generis database right amounts to 'extraction' or 're-utilisation' for the purpose of assessing infringement. It has also confirmed where that use is to be regarded as having taken place.
Co-authors: Gordon Harris.
United Kingdom - October 4 2012
His Honour Judge Birss QC issued his first "preliminary non-binding opinion" on the merits of an infringement action at a case management conference in the Patents County Court earlier in the year.