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Greenberg Traurig LLP | USA | 1 Feb 2018

Marketers Beware: Don’t Fumble Your ‘Super Bowl’ and Olympics-Related Advertising

The Super Bowl and the Olympics are among the biggest and most-visible sporting events on the planet. Marketers naturally want to take advantage of


Greenberg Traurig LLP | USA | 31 May 2017

Eleventh Circuit: Obtain a Copyright Registration before Initiating Litigation

According to U.S. Copyright Law, an original work of authorship receives copyright protection from the time the work is created in a fixed form


Greenberg Traurig LLP | Netherlands, European Union | 19 Sep 2016

ECJ: Links to Copyright Protected Works Published Without Consent May Constitute an Infringement if Posted for Profit

On Sept. 8, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) held that posting a hyperlink to works protected by copyright and published without the author's


Greenberg Traurig LLP | Netherlands, European Union | 10 Mar 2014

Legal measures against counterfeit and piracy in the European Union and the Netherlands

Intellectual Property (IP) Right holders are often involved in an ongoing battle against counterfeit, pirated and other infringing goods. European


Greenberg Traurig LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 12 Aug 2011

UKEU competition: courts reduce antitrust fines

In-house lawyers need to imagine this.


Greenberg Traurig LLP | USA, United Kingdom | 10 Aug 2011

Lucasfilm wins right to sue in UK for infringement of U.S. copyright

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom rules on protection of Stormtrooper headgear and justiciability of U.S. copyright in English courts.


Greenberg Traurig LLP | European Union | 29 Mar 2011

Seizure of products infringing IP rights by EU customs authorities: recent opinion Advocate-General European Court of Justice

In today's economy, the trade in counterfeit and pirated goods provides a big challenge to legitimate traders.


Greenberg Traurig LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 3 Feb 2010

A sign of the times ECJ ensures failed tenderers’ rights to challenge are protected from unfair time-bar rules

On 28 January 2010, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down a judgment on a reference from the High Court of England and Wales for a preliminary ruling in relation to the limitation period for challenging public procurement decisions.

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