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European trade secrets rules soon to become reality

European Union - January 14 2016 The EU Trade Secrets Directive is close to becoming a reality. In a previous edition of In context we already reported on this. A new version of the...

Jan Pieter Hustinx, Gertjan Kuipers, Tobias Cohen Jehoram, Tjibbe Douma.

First German ruling since Huawei judgment against infringer of standard-essential patents

Germany - December 9 2015 For the first time since the ECJ's Huawei judgment, a German court has ruled on the infringement of standard essential patents (SEPs) and Fair...

Jan Pieter Hustinx, Gertjan Kuipers.

New Anti-Piracy Regulation offers more protection for IP right holders

Netherlands - January 13 2014 The new Anti-Piracy Regulation regulates the enforcement of IP rights by customs authorities as from 1 January 2014. Its scope has been broadened and...

Jan Pieter Hustinx, Gertjan Kuipers, Tobias Cohen Jehoram.

Much to win, little to lose: ten reasons why you should have a patent in the Netherlands

Netherlands - December 17 2012 Patent-related activity in the Netherlands is disproportionately high given the size of the country....

Jan Pieter Hustinx, Gertjan Kuipers.

A different perspective on Samsung v. Apple: guidance on enforcing frand pledged patents in the netherlands

Netherlands - October 26 2011 On Friday 14 October 2011, a Dutch court handed down an important decision in the ongoing, worldwide patent dispute between Apple and Samsung....

Douwe Groenevelt, Gertjan Kuipers.