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Vodafone fined for regulatory breaches

ASICS to appeal German FCO’s prohibition decision

ASICS appeals the FCO's decision that its distribution policy constituted a de-facto prohibition of internet sales.

18 November 2015
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Google responds to the European Commission, challenging mismatched legal theory

Google responds to Commission’s charges in relation to comparison shopping product, challenging the legal theory behind its Statement of Objections.

05 November 2015
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European Commission publishes Work Programme for 2016

The European Commission’s 2016 Work Programme continues with the priorities outlined last year.

05 November 2015
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High Court rules that the Uber app is not a taximeter

In a significant blow to London's black cabs, the courts have ruled that Uber's drivers will not be subject to the same level of regulation.

22 October 2015
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ECJ declares US-EU Safe Harbor decision invalid

Companies, such as Facebook or Google, can no longer base the transfer of personal data to servers in the US on the so called “Safe Harbor Decision” of...

07 October 2015

Digital content under the Consumer Rights Act 2015

The Consumer Rights Act 2015 has now come into force - the first UK legislation to govern digital content as a category of product in its own right.

06 October 2015

European Director-General for Competition on the digital sector and the drive for an EU-wide Digital Single Market

Director-General for Competition gives first speech on competition challenges facing the digital sector and the drive for an EU Digital Single Market.

The rise of cyber crime

Cyber crime continues to rise. Are you doing enough to protect your organisation from a damaging cyber attack?

10 September 2015
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IP Informed: The EU trade mark reform package

This edition of IP Informed reviews the key changes in the EU trade mark reform package.

03 September 2015
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All change for EU trade marks? Highlights of the reform package

Changes to EU trade mark practice are likely to be implemented from 2016 onwards as part of a package of reform.

01 September 2015
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Duelling Ukuleles and Sofa Workshops

Two decisions from the IPEC demonstrate the value of a claim in passing off, and in national trade mark registrations.

10 July 2015
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EU trade mark reform on the horizon

An edited version of this article appeared in Intellectual Property Magazine's June 2015 issue. Shortly after publication, the agreed texts of the re-cast Trade Marks Directive and new...

23 June 2015
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