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Design Law: When It Comes To Watches Details Matter (4A_565/2016)
In Switzerland everyone agrees: One watch is not like the other watch and details matter. The Swiss Federal Supreme Court in one of its rare cases in design matters just confirmed this view under several aspects.
Switzerland
2 Mar 2018
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New Trends: Reform To Drugs And Medical Devices In China
On 8 October 2017, the General Office of the State Council issued the Opinions on Deepening the Reform of the Evaluation and Approval System and Encouraging the Innovation of Drugs and Medical Devices.
China
9 Jan 2018
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IP In The Cloud: The China Perspective
China is in the middle of a rapid shift towards cloud technologies. Execution of the 13th Five Year Plan will deliver substantial investment into cloud computing and the sector is undergoing unprecedented growth.
China
21 Dec 2017
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IP Snapshot - October 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
5 Nov 2012
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Hungarian Courts Confirm Customs Detention Of "Transit" Goods Infringing Patent Rights
In April and June 2010, a large agrochemical company filed a statement of claim and interim injunction request at the Hungarian Metropolitan Court against certain distributors of agrochemical products, on the grounds of patent infringement.
Hungary
2 Nov 2012
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Appealing Design: Apple Must Publicise Unsuccessful Case Against Samsung
The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in relation to the dispute between Samsung and Apple concerning Samsung’s tablet computers and a registered Community design owned by Apple.
UK
25 Oct 2012
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IP Snapshot - September 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
24 Sep 2012
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Patents County Court - Emerging Trends Analysis
Who is using the Patents County Court (the 'PCC'), who are they choosing to represent them, what types of cases are being heard, and how efficient is the PCC?
UK
5 Sep 2012
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Copyright Hub - The Future Of Licensing And Other Reforms
Richard Hooper’s "Phase 2" report on copyright licensing was published on 31 July 2012, recommending the creation of a not-for-profit industry led and funded "Copyright Hub" to facilitate copyright education and licensing, to be overseen by a new steering group.
UK
14 Aug 2012
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IP Snapshot - July 2012
The CJEU has ruled on the questions referred to it following the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorney's appeal against the refusal to allow its registration of "IP TRANSLATOR" in relation to Class 41 of the Nice Classification.
UK
26 Jul 2012
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To ERR Is Human: The Enterprise And Regulatory Reform Bill Considered
Last week, the process of line-by-line scrutiny of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (the ‘Bill’) by its parliamentary committee (the ‘Committee’) began.
UK
16 Jul 2012
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Good News For Brand Owners As Sun Sets On Euro-Defences
In a long awaited decision, the Supreme Court has refused to allow a parallel trader to rely on so-called "Euro-defences" against a trade mark infringement claim.
UK
12 Jul 2012
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IP Snapshot June 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
29 Jun 2012
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Dilution Revisited: General Court Cries Wolf
The EU General Court has ruled that demonstrating detriment to a trade mark’s distinctive character does not require proof of a change in economic behaviour of the average consumer of the goods or services for which the mark is registered.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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IP Snapshot May 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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SAS v WPL: Who Dares, Loses
The CJEU has now ruled on the issues referred to it in the case of SAS Institute Inc. v World Programming Ltd, confirming that the copyright protection of computer programs includes source code and object code, but not the functionality of a computer program, its programming language or the format of data files used to exploit certain functions.
UK
16 May 2012
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IP Snapshot - April 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
4 May 2012
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IP Snapshot March 2012
The Court of Appeal has partially overturned a decision of the High Court, finding that a marketing campaign by Asda, targeted at customers of Specsavers, infringed Specsavers' word and logo marks.
UK
13 Apr 2012
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Free For All On Football Fixture Lists
The CJEU has confirmed that copyright protection for football fixture lists as databases is not possible where skill and labour has been expended only in the creation of the lists, rather than in the selection or arrangement of data.
UK
9 Mar 2012
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High Court Should Have Gone To Specsavers
Although Specsavers had been broadly successful at first instance, the Court of Appeal has partially overturned a decision of the High Court, finding that additional aspects of a marketing campaign by Asda, targeted at customers of Specsavers, infringed Specsavers’ word and logo marks.
European Union
15 Feb 2012
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