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CJEU proves even easy copyright cases make bad law

European Union - September 27 2018 By further nuancing Svensson the CJEU has made the 'communication to the public' right even more fact dependent and less certain, to the detriment of...

Adam Cusworth.


"Good faith" clause rehabilitates failing breach of confidence claim Health and Case Management Ltd v Physiotherapy Network Ltd 2018 EWCH 869 (QB)

United Kingdom - June 26 2018 This case provides an interesting example of a "good faith" clause providing protection for misuse of data in a situation where a confidential...

Louise Morgan.


Sky judge kicks bad faith questions to the ECJ

United Kingdom, European Union - February 19 2018 In a significant decision in Sky v Skykick 2018 EWCH 155, Mr Justice Arnold has referred a number of questions to the CJEU on bad faith and the...

Sophie Tuson.


2018 TerraLex guide to navigating cross-border copyright rules

Global - January 24 2018 The main source of Copyright Law in Australia is the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) (Copyright Act). Although the Copyright Act replaced and repealed four...

Holly Pownall, Felicity Thomas, Ciara Cullen.


Getting to the heart of database right and copyright

United Kingdom - October 3 2017 Technomed Ltd and another v Bluecrest Health Screening Ltd and another 2017 EWHC 2142 (Ch), 24 August 2017 It's not often that a case features...

Georgia Davis.