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Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP | USA | 1 Aug 2016

Beware - Using Online Photos and Videos in Radio and TV Productions and on Websites Can Bring Lawsuits for Copyright Infringement if Rights are Not Secured in Advance

Everyone who has a computer, smartphone, or other Internet-connected device has probably spent at least some time perusing photos or videos of cute


Squire Patton Boggs | European Union | 6 Jul 2011

General Court considers fines in removal services cartel appeals

In March 2008, the Commission imposed fines of 32.76 million on 10 undertakings relating to a cartel on the international removals market between 1984 and 2003.


McDermott Will & Emery | United Kingdom | 4 Nov 2010

Online infringement of copyright cost sharing: UK government decision

The Digital Economy Act (DEA) created an anti-piracy notification scheme allowing copyright holders to report suspected infringers to their Internet Service Providers (ISPs).


Hogan Lovells | Netherlands, United Kingdom, Germany | 22 Jul 2010

Assessment of damages (and accounts of profits) in patent litigation

Damages inquiries in patent cases in Europe are rare.


Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 28 Jan 2010

Personal liability of directors for company acts of IP infringement

In Boegli Gravures SA v (1) Darsail (2) Andrei Pyzhov, the High Court summarised when a director will be personally liable for an intellectual property infringement committed by the company.


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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