The European Commission’s proposed Geo-Blocking Regulation fails to address some of the key e-commerce concerns the Commission had previously...
The European Commission’s proposed Geo-Blocking Regulation fails to address some of the key e-commerce concerns the Commission had previously identified.
European Commission refrains from imposing regulations specifically targeting online platforms, for now. General EU e-commerce rules will however apply.
Phillip Girardet, EU, Competition & Regulatory partner, discusses how online platforms offer no special protection for possible cartel conduct following a recent CJEU decision.
European Commission finds widespread geo-blocking practices in the EU e-commerce sector. We discuss the story so far and what businesses can expect.
We consider EU legislative developments resulting from the Digital Single Market Strategy, and possible implications for businesses.
The High Court finds that copyright in 8-second clips of cricket matches infringes copyright
High Court grants website blocking order but appeal in Cartier I is imminent
Court of Appeal confirms that ‘wrong way round confusion’ has a role to play in trade mark infringement in finding the popular TV show glee infringed marks owned...
OHIM has issued clarification as to which renewal fees regime will apply on the renewal of Community Trade Marks
Remember to implement link to ODR platform – EU Regulation on online dispute resolution for consumer disputes effective as of 9 January 2016.
The Commission introduces legislation harmonising copyright law, contracts for digital content and e-commerce in the internal market.
Paris Court of Appeal rules Google did not engage in predatory pricing by offering its mapping service for free and dismisses a damages claim.