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Russia retaliates against sanctions by curtailing foreign owners' IP rights

Russia - March 17 2022 Legislation has been passed allowing goods to be exempted from intellectual property protection and compulsory licensing without compensation…

Tim Harris, Will James, Dr. Matthias Kloth, Dr. Johannes Graf Ballestrem, LL.M., Robyn Trigg

The future regulation of AI: UKIPO launches further consultation on AI and copyright

United Kingdom - November 10 2021 The policy options make proposals on how to manage the copyright protection for AI-generated works and how to deal with the IP issues around text and…

Robyn Trigg

When can you link to and frame third-party content without permission?

European Union, United Kingdom - October 1 2021 Recent decisions by the European Court of Justice and the UK Court of Appeal have provided further guidance on evolving law around hyperlinking The…

Sophia Christou

When are content-sharing and file-hosting platforms liable for infringing content uploaded by their users?

European Union, Germany, United Kingdom - October 1 2021 CJEU decision brings good news for platforms not deliberately seeking to facilitate copyright infringement The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has…

Sophia Christou

How close is too close? A look into the use of altered trade marks and third-party ‘patches’ in videogames

United Kingdom - February 16 2021 Games developers may want to deliver a realistic experience, but this can leave them open to claims where it extends to including sports teams without…