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EU Court Holds That Hyperlinks Can Infringe Copyright

European Union - September 9 2016 In a landmark decision that departs from previous case law, the Court of Justice of the EU, the highest court of the EU, held that a website operator...


Second Circuit eases tension between U.S. discovery requirements and E.U. Privacy laws

USA, European Union - August 11 2016 Microsoft scored an important victory when the Second Circuit ruled that the government is not authorized to issue warrants for customer data stored...

Chris Koa, James Mason.


Self-Certification Under EU-U.S. Privacy Shield to Commence from August 2016

USA, European Union - July 20 2016 Following the formal approval of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield by the European Commission on 8 July 2016, the arrangement will come into force in the U...


What Brexit Means for EU Trade Marks

United Kingdom, European Union - June 24 2016 On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom electorate took the historic decision in a national referendum that the country should leave the European Union...


UK Court Finds no Glee - Evidence of Confusion Not Necessarily Needed to Succeed in a Trademark Infringement Case

United Kingdom - May 5 2016 It is not every day that a massive international TV hit show is found to infringe a trade mark. A decision of the English High Court, approved...