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Graf & Pitkowitz Rechtsanwalte GmbH | Austria | 22 Apr 2019

Flashlight decision illuminates compensation guidelines for unlawful use of IP rights

The Supreme Court recently had to decide whether the infringer of a registered Community design had to hand over the entire net profit or just a share


Studio Legale Previti | Global, Italy | 25 Jan 2019

Copyright enforcement in Italy

A structured guide to copyright enforcement in Italy


Wrays | United Kingdom, European Union | 8 Nov 2018

The impact of BREXIT on UK & European patents

As is widely known, the United Kingdom shocked the world - and themselves - by voting No on the question of whether to remain part of the European


Hogan Lovells | European Union | 14 Sep 2018

German Federal Court of Justice submits copyright dispute over YouTube to CJEU

This week, copyright is all over the place. After the European Parliament voted on proposed copyright reform in Europe last Wednesday (12 September


LK Shields | United Kingdom, Ireland | 17 Aug 2018

LK Shields Employment Law Legislative Update 20 April 2018 - 31 July 2018

One of the key developments in this issue of our employment law legislative update is the Data Protection Act 2018


IP Law Galli | Italy | 23 Jul 2018

Decision confirms efficiency of courts in protecting trade secrets

The Court of Brescia's Company and IP Specialised Division recently issued two landmark decisions that enhance the protection of trade secrets in


Studio Legale Previti | Italy | 10 May 2018

The concept of “alias” (of a pirated website) according to the Court of Milan - enterprise “a” section.

The Court of Milan, Enterprise "A", with an order dated April 12th 2018, has accepted in full the injunction requests of Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S.p


Taylor Wessing | Germany | 21 Dec 2017

Product recall as part of injunctive relief

The German Federal Court of Justice (“FCJ”) has given three landmark decisions addressing product recalls in the context of injunctive relief in IP


Osborne Clarke | European Union | 1 Dec 2017

IP in practice: due for a shake-up?

In 2014, a decade after the IP Enforcement Directive, the European Commission introduced an IPR Enforcement Action Plan aiming to curtail the


Bristows | European Union | 29 Nov 2017

Commission Communication on SEP Licensing - where has the Roadmap led?

Following around a year of lobbying and intensive debate, the Commission has today (29 November 2017) published its Communication on ‘The EU Approach

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