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Steptoe & Johnson LLP | European Union | 9 Aug 2016

Third Time’s a Charm: Parker-Hannifin and the Principles of Economic Continuity and Personal Liability

Parker-Hannifin is now a trilogy. The case (T-14609) started with the General Court’s (GC) ruling in May 2013. The judgement was appealed to the


Hogan Lovells | China | 19 Jul 2016

Setting the right example: China’s highest court selects its “top 10 significant IP cases of 2015”

China’s Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”) has recently published its list of top 10 IP cases for 2015. One of 2015’s top 10 cases (the Blizzard


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 23 Oct 2012

Databases hosted outside the UK can infringe rights in UK databases

In Football Dataco v Sportradar (C-17311) the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has held that where data has been uploaded from a database in Member State A which is protected by sui generis database right and sent to the computer of a person in Member State B at that person's request, for the purposes of storage in that computer's memory and display on its screen, this constitutes an act of "re-utilisation" of the data by the person sending it


NautaDutilh | Netherlands | 25 Aug 2011

Phonetablet war between Samsung and Apple: Dutch court denies design and copyright infringement claim

In its judgment of 24 August 2011, the preliminary relief judge of the District Court of The Hague, the Netherlands, ruled that several Samsung products do not infringe Apple's design rights and copyrights.


BDB Pitmans LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Aug 2011

The Newzbin injunction deconstructed

The High Court judgment of 28 July against British Telecommunications plc (BT) and in favour of several major movie studios (Studios) was the first recorded order (under English law) against an internet service provider (ISP) requiring the ISP to block access to a website.


Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom, European Union | 27 Jul 2011

The battle between L’Oréal and eBay rumbles on

The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) has recently given its judgment in the case of L’Oréal v eBay, in response to the questions referred to it by the English High Court.


Hogan Lovells | European Union | 21 Jul 2011

Geographical scope of judgments and coercive measures against infringements of Community trademarks

The decision of the Court of Justice strengthens the protection of Community trademarks throughout the entire territory of the European Union.


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 15 Jul 2011

L'Oreal v eBay: online marketplaces and trade mark infringement by their users

Online marketplaces, such as eBay, enable users to advertise for sale a vast range of products.


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | European Union | 13 Jul 2011

L'oréal v eBay a warning to online marketplace operators

The Court of Justice of the European Union ('CJEU') has provided clarification on the liability of companies operating internet marketplaces for trade mark infringement committed by users, holding that, in certain circumstances, the operator can be liable for trade mark infringement as a result of the postings of its users.


Gowling WLG | European Union | 12 Jul 2011

Brand owners cautiously jubilant following ruling of Court of Justice in L'Oreal v eBay

The Court of Justice of the European Union has handed down its judgment in the case of L'Oréal v eBay and overall it is good news for brand owners.

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