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Vinge | European Union, Sweden | 13 Dec 2022

The Press Publishers’ Right - An Unruly Neighbor(ing Right)

One of the most controversial articles in the Digital Single Market Directive ("DSMD"), which was adopted in 2019 as part of the realization of the…
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Fox Mandal | India | 8 Nov 2022

Art Meets Law: The Uneasy Tussle of Street Art and Intellectual Property Law

Art-making in public spaces is a 2000-year-old tradition in India. The oldest evidence of painting in communal places can be traced to the Buddhist…
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Orsingher Ortu Avvocati Associati | European Union, Netherlands | 28 Oct 2022

The Dutch Supreme Court to refer a preliminary question to the CJEU on the Berne Convention, industrial designs and works of applied art

On 23 September 2022, the Dutch Supreme Court issued an interim decision in the case 20/03272 concerning a preliminary question to be referred to the…
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Bereskin & Parr LLP | Canada | 13 May 2022

Residence Is Not Static: Federal Court Dismisses Copyright Infringement Claim for Failure to Prove Author’s Residency at the Time the Work Was Created

The Federal Court’s recent decision in August Image LLC v. AirG Inc, 2022 FC 470, saw the Court adopt a somewhat rigid approach to assessing the…
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Bross & Partners | Vietnam | 22 Feb 2021

Comments on the Copyright Exceptions and Limitations Newly Incorporated into the Draft of Amendments to the Intellectual Property Law

Copyright exceptions and limitations are the legal principles set forth in Article 9(2) of the Berne Convention and Article 13 TRIPs with the aim of limiting the exclusivity
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WE Intellectual Property Co Ltd | Thailand | 19 Feb 2021

Three Ages of Incertitude - Thailand’s Struggles to Protect Translation Rights for Foreign Literary Works

Thailand acceded to the Berne Convention in 1931 - the 36th country to have done so in history. In the same year, the first international-style…
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Cowan Liebowitz & Latman PC | Global, USA | 24 Jan 2019

A Trademark is Not a Copyright or a Patent - 2019 Edition

Although trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets all c oncern intangible property rights and overlap to some extent, they differ from each…
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SS Rana & Co | India | 28 Dec 2018

India: Scope of S.31D of the Copyright Act

The Copyright Amendment Act was introduced in 2012 with the primary objective of establishing a just framework for the administration of copyright…
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GTG Advocates | European Union | 16 Nov 2018

CJEU Rejects the Notion of Copyright in Taste

A preliminary ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) rejected the notion that the taste of a food product can be protected by…
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NautaDutilh | European Union, Netherlands | 13 Nov 2018

CJEU doesn't like the taste of copyright

Today, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") decided that the taste of a food product is not eligible for copyright protection. The…
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