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BMS Repackaged: European court limits the application of established conditions for re-packaging when adding small labels to parallel imported goods

European Union - August 16 2018 The free movement of capital, people, services, and goods are the four fundamental pillars upon which the European Union ("EU") stands. The free...

Rose Smalley, Tim Barber.

What's it all about, Nestlé? 'Four finger bar' fight over... for now

United Kingdom, European Union - August 6 2018 It seems unlikely that Nestlé knew, when the industry giant filed a trade mark application with the European Intellectual Property Office ("EUIPO") in...

Amy Galloway, Rose Smalley.

Higher than expected European Medicines Agency staff losses will impact its business continuity plan

United Kingdom, European Union - August 3 2018 The proposed launch by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) of Phase 3 of its business continuity plan on 1 October 2018 will no doubt be impacted by...

Tracy Walsh, Rose Smalley.

UK Supreme Court calls time on Cartier: rights-holders pay reasonable ISP costs of website blocking orders

United Kingdom - June 27 2018 Overturning a Court of Appeal decision, the UK Supreme Court ("UKSC") has held that, under UK law, innocent intermediaries responsible for the...

Rose Smalley, Tim Barber.

Computer says yes: thanks to the Geo-Blocking Regulations

United Kingdom, European Union - June 14 2018 To combat potentially unfair discrimination occurring in the European Union (the "EU") based on geographic location, contrary to the free movement of...

Rose Smalley, Tim Barber.