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.
This article was written by Andrew Morrison (associate)Ultra FinishingsOn 10 May 2016 the UK Competition and Markets Authority (the CMA) fined Ultra Finishing Limited (Ultra) £786,668 for infringement...
European Commission refrains from imposing regulations specifically targeting online platforms, for now. General EU e-commerce rules will however apply.
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 Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by the manufacturer of the children's Trunki suitcase in a design infringement case against a lookalike product.
Owners of land burdened by restrictive covenant prohibiting the sale of grocery items ask CAT to award damages and declare the covenant unenforceable.
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...
Getting ready for the new EU Trade Mark regime in force from 23 March 2016: actions that brand owners should be considering now.
Government submits legislative draft to German Parliament.
OHIM has issued clarification as to which renewal fees regime will apply on the renewal of Community Trade Marks