Today, the Court of Appeal has handed down its much anticipated decision in the case of Cartier International AG and others v British Sky
The Advocate General opined that posting a link to unauthorised copyright material that is already available on the internet is not “communication to
In a positive move for rights holders, the Court of Justice of the European Union has clarified that the sale of counterfeit goods from non-EU
Advocate General Bot has issued his opinion regarding the scope of protection conferred by copyright on computer programs in Case C-40610 SAS Institute Inc v World Programming Ltd, a referral from the High Court.
Forensic Telecommunications Services Ltd (“FTS”) brought claims against West Yorkshire Police (“WYP”) and Mr Hirst, a detective employed by WYP, for infringement of copyright and database right and misuse of confidential information concerning a table of address data, referred to as the “PM Abs” addresses.
The Taxation and Customs Union at the European Commission has recently published its statistics for 2010 of customs data relating to the enforcement of intellectual property rights across the EU.
The DEA was passed into law in April 2010 and sets out a number of measures to prevent online copyright infringement.
The Supreme Court has handed down its very first Intellectual Property (IP)-related decision, ruling on a copyright infringement case with a five year heritage.
Online marketplaces, such as eBay, enable users to advertise for sale a vast range of products.
Professor Ian Hargreaves' report of May 2011 entitled "Digital Opportunity - A Review of Intellectual Property and Growth" (the "Report") was recently commissioned by the Prime Minister to address the risk that the current intellectual property framework might not be sufficiently well designed to promote innovation and growth in the UK.