RK Dewan & Co | India | 13 Oct 2021
Trademark Law prescribes trademarks to be non-descriptive of the goods and services that they are sought to be registered for. Marks such as “Apple”…
Cordato Partners | Australia | 30 Aug 2021
When business partners agree to dissolve their partnership, they often agree to give each partner exclusive rights to particular products and…
Lexology PRO | India | 9 Aug 2021
India’s Supreme Court has allowed the Competition Commission of India to proceed with a high-profile antitrust probe into Flipkart and Amazon after rejecting the retailers’ allegations that the investigation is unlawful.
Lexology PRO | Cambodia, Indonesia, OECD, etc. | 28 Jul 2021
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has recommended that Cambodia does not exempt state-owned enterprises from its upcoming competition law and works to boost competition in the ports and shipping sectors.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, China, Hong Kong | 26 Jul 2021
China’s competition authority has fined Tencent the statutory maximum for failing to notify its acquisition of China Music in 2016, while also ordering the company to end all of its exclusive licensing deals with record labels as a fix for the competitive harm caused by the deal.
Lexology PRO | European Union, Italy | 24 Jun 2021
Sky Italia has reportedly filed a complaint to the Italian antitrust watchdog, opposing a deal between Telecom Italia and a sports application to stream football matches.
Bird & Bird LLP | Belgium, European Union | 1 Apr 2019
In this twelfth article in our series on "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities" (see our previous article here), we take a closer look at the data…
Goldberg Segalla LLP | USA | 31 Mar 2019
Plaintiff Johnson Carter filed suit against Henry Carlson’s Construction Company (HCCC) alleging he suffered “a variety of severe medical…
Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP | USA | 19 Mar 2019
What began as a run-of-the-mill patent lawsuit for a popular sportswear company spiraled into a six year litigation war; one that, when the dust of…
KISCH IP | South Africa | 18 Mar 2019
Under South African statute, the owner of copyright in a work is given the exclusive right to perform certain specified acts in respect of that work or to authorise others to do so, thus preventing unauthorised persons from performing those acts. However, only certain specified categories of work defined in the Copyright Act are eligible for copyright protection.