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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

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Clayton Utz | Australia | 8 Sep 2011

Infringement notices for more telecommunications offences - and higher penalties too

Telecommunications providers could face higher penalties for breaching their performance benchmarks, if proposals in a new consultation paper are adopted.

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Hogan Lovells | Spain | 14 Apr 2011

New law authorizes Spanish Commission to close down copyright-infringing websites

On 5 March 2011, the Spanish Parliament approved an amendment of the Spanish Copyright Act allowing a Commission (dependent of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs) to close down websites that infringe copyrights.

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Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP | USA | 3 Feb 2011

Intellectual Ventures targets security software firms in three lawsuits

On December 8, 2010, well-known patent aggregator Intellectual Ventures filed three patent infringement lawsuits against nine companies in the security software, memory, and chip markets.

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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA | 2 Nov 2009

Potential hidden costs of reorganizations: copyright infringement claims

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently held that software licenses transferred in connection with an internal reorganization do not vest with the surviving entity, despite state law to the contrary, unless the underlying license agreement expressly permits such transfers without the consent of the licensor.

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Bird & Bird LLP | European Union | 6 Feb 2008

Successor liability

Successor liability is a trap that can spring, capturing perhaps innocent parties and making them pay for the competition infringements of others.

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Bird & Bird LLP | Sweden | 22 Nov 2007

Proposed legislation rights holders may request and process IP addresses of those alleged to be engaged in illegal file sharing

Law enforcement agencies in Sweden and many other countries have been viewed as slow to act to investigate instances of illegal file sharing.

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