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US Supreme Court Rules In Landmark Case On Patent Exhaustion
Recently, the Supreme Court of the United States issued one of the most important patent decisions in the US. In Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc. the Supreme Court...
Netherlands
21 Aug 2017
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European Patent Office Amends Rules For Plant And Animal Patents
The patentability of plant and animal varieties has been a recurring topic of discussion over the years.
European Union
15 Aug 2017
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CJEU Rules On Copyright Protection In The Online Environment
Recently the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued an important ruling for copyright holders, providers of online platforms and intermediaries dealing with copyright protection...
European Union
24 Jul 2017
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US Federal Trade Secrets Legislation Reaches One-Year Anniversary
Protection of trade secrets, which led to warmly received new EU and US legislation in mid-2016, remains a hot topic in 2017.
United States
18 May 2017
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UPC Sunrise Period: Decide On Opting Out Your European Patents
For some time, it seemed the Unified Patent Court (UPC) and unitary patents would remain a distant prospect.
Netherlands
20 Apr 2017
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Software Licensees Should Review Software Licences To Address Risks Of Indirect Use
Recently a UK court ruled in favour of the software licensor SAP against Diageo in a case concerning Diageo's indirect use of SAP software.
Netherlands
23 Mar 2017
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Commission And Council Positions Signal End Of Plant-Related Patents
The patentability of plant varieties has been a recurring topic of discussion over the years. Despite some pro-patentability decisions by the European Patent Office...
European Union
23 Mar 2017
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Trade Secrets Directive In Implementation Process And 2017 Launch Of Unified Patent Court Becomes Possibility
In 2017, the focus will continue to be on the impact of the new Trade Secrets Directive and the expected realisation of the Unified Patent Court.
European Union
8 Feb 2017
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UK's Intention To Ratify UPCA Brings Existence Of A Single European Patent Court Closer
British participation in setting up the Unified Patent Court has been uncertain since the vote for Brexit in June 2016...
European Union
20 Dec 2016
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ECJ: Hyperlinks To Unauthorised Content May Infringe Copyright
The European Court of Justice has clarified that the posting of a hyperlink to unauthorised content protected by copyright and hosted by a third party may result in copyright infringement.
European Union
15 Sep 2016
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Netherlands Proposes Modified Innovation Box Tax Regime
The Dutch Ministry of Finance has launched a public consultation on the revision of the Dutch innovation box regime.
Netherlands
21 Jun 2016
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European Trade Secrets Rules Soon To Become Reality
The EU Trade Secrets Directive is close to becoming a reality. In a previous edition of In context we already reported on this.
European Union
28 Jan 2016
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First German Ruling Since Huawei Judgment Against Infringer Of Standard-Essential Patents
For the first time since the ECJ's Huawei judgment, a German court has ruled on the infringement of standard essential patents (SEPs) and Fair Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) licensing terms.
European Union
14 Jan 2016
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Anonymous Sellers Of Illegal E-Books More Easily Unmasked
If an anonymous trader sells illegal e-books online, the internet service provider may be ordered to reveal the infringer's identity.
Netherlands
18 Nov 2015
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Keeping It Secret: Start Preparing For Trade Secrets Directive
Trade secrets are an important asset for all businesses as they are at the core of their competiveness.
European Union
19 Oct 2015
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Well-Known Community Trademark May Be Protected In Member State Where It Has No Reputation
On 3 September 2015, the ECJ handed down its decision in Iron&Smith v Unilever and ruled that a Community trademark which has acquired a reputation in a substantial part of the EU may, under certain circumstances, also benefit from the extended protection for such trademarks in a member state where the trademark does not have a reputation.
European Union
14 Sep 2015
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New Copyright Contract Law Aims To Improve Position Of Authors And Performing Artists
A new Copyright Contract Act entered into force in the Netherlands on 1 July 2015. Its objective is to improve the contractual position of authors and performing artists.
Netherlands
14 Sep 2015
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New Measures To Counter Abuse Of Intellectual Property In China
China's State Administration of Industry and Commerce has published new rules to reduce abuse of intellectual property rights.
China
12 Jun 2015
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ECJ To Decide On Online Linking To Content Without Copyright Holder's Consent
The Dutch Supreme Court recently delivered its ruling in the GeenStijl/Sanoma case.
Netherlands
12 May 2015
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The Licensee And The Bankrupt IP Licensor
Innovation and intellectual property rights ("IP") are sometimes referred to as the motor of modern economy.
Netherlands
15 Apr 2015
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