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Berggren Oy | Finland, United Kingdom, USA | 20 Jun 2022

Depp v Heard: Thoughts on defamation law in the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Nordics

The weeks-long civil trial between Hollywood actor Johnny Depp and actress Amber Heard recently concluded, resulting in an American jury reaching a…
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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 2 Feb 2022

Ontario court awards C$107 million against Iran for Ukraine International Airlines crash

The Superior Court of Justice of Ontario has awarded C$107 million to family members of six passengers who died on Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS 752 after the aircraft was shot down by Iranian armed forces in January 2020. This decision represents the first time that a Canadian court has awarded damages for loss of life caused by terrorism.
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CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office | China | 4 Jan 2022

The New Patent Law brings great changes to improve the business environment in China

Highlights of the amendments China's Patent Law has just undergone the fourth revision in 2020 to improve the patent protection system and improve…
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Beijing Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency Ltd | China | 13 Dec 2021

Application of punitive damages in trademark infringement cases

The first Paragraph of Article 63 of China’s Trademark Law specifies that, “where the exclusive right to use a trademark is maliciously infringed and…
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AKD | Netherlands | 7 Dec 2021

Dutch court says nay to giving effect to US ruling on punitive damages

Dutch courts can give effect to rulings issued by foreign courts, even in the absence of an international instrument facilitating such recognition, provided that certain key criteria are met. However, an appeal court recently ruled that a foreign ruling that orders someone to pay punitive damages cannot be recognised and enforced in the Netherlands. Punitive damages are considered to run......
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Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, United Kingdom, etc. | 29 Jul 2021

Google faces £920 million UK class action over app store rules

Plaintiff law firm Hausfeld is spearheading a proposed class action against Google that seeks almost £1 billion on behalf of 19.5 million UK consumers that allegedly overpaid for in-app content as a result of the company’s application store restrictions.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 22 Jul 2021

Orange and SFR settle French follow-on claim

Orange and its rival SFR have settled a follow-on damages dispute in France after the country’s antitrust authority fined the former €350 million in 2015 for discriminatory practices in the mobile and fixed-line telecommunications markets.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong | 8 Jun 2021

Hong Kong judge refuses to split Shell trial for second time

An aluminium manufacturer accusing Shell and another fuel supplier of collusion in Hong Kong has had its request to split its upcoming trial into separate liability and quantum proceedings denied.
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Lexology PRO | Belgium, European Union, France | 7 Jun 2021

France fines Google €220 million for self-preferencing in online advertising

Google has agreed to pay €220 million and change the way it organises digital advertising auctions to settle the French antitrust enforcer’s allegations that it unlawfully favours its own services in the sector.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands | 3 Jun 2021

TikTok faces billion-euro Dutch claim

Dutch consumer rights body SOMI has filed a class action against TikTok, citing negligence over the safety and privacy of children on the platform.
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