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Grate Expectations
This case concerns the "Heks'nkaas" spreadable cream-cheese dip produced by spreadable cream-cheese dip produced by Dutch company Levola Hengelo BV.
UK
12 Apr 2019
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Article 13: Balkanising The Internet Or A Champion For Copyright Holders?
The text for the much anticipated Article 13 of the European Copyright Directive (the "Directive") has finally been agreed upon as of 13 February.
UK
21 Feb 2019
3
Claiming For Unlawful Prophets – $50 Million Satanic Netflix Suit Settled
A group called The Satanic Temple recently sued Netflix and Warner Group for $50 million on the basis that Netflix had infringed the copyright in their statue of the deity Baphomet
Worldwide
21 Feb 2019
4
Gaming Innovators Must Ensure Their Intellectual Property Is Protected
It's fair to say that Scotland's gaming industry is doing pretty well for itself.
UK
13 Feb 2019
5
Intellectual Property In A 'No-Deal' Brexit: What Can We Expect?
While a draft Brexit deal is now on the table, question marks remain over whether it can be delivered. As such, the sensible course of action for intellectual property rights owners remains to plan for a potential 'no-deal' Brexit.
UK
30 Nov 2018
6
Intellectual Property's Vital Role In Healthcare's AI-Driven Future
Artificial intelligence (AI) is pushing the boundaries of possibility in many industries, and healthcare is no exception.
UK
12 Nov 2018
7
The Future Of UK Intellectual Property Rights In A ‘No Deal' Brexit
On 24 September 2018 the UK government published a further tranche of its technical guidance notes covering the economic consequences of a no-deal Brexit
UK
28 Sep 2018
8
The EU Copyright Directive: Round 2
The directive now restricts the type of online platform to which the upload filter applies.
European Union
20 Sep 2018
9
IP Has A Crucial Role To Play In Facilitating Growth
Intellectual property (IP) is undoubtedly a major consideration for companies working across such dynamic, fast-moving sectors as physics, technology, and other related sectors.
UK
30 Aug 2018
10
The EU Copyright Directive: Seeing The Funny Side?
Earlier in the summer, the European Parliament voted down the EU's proposed Copyright Directive.
European Union
23 Aug 2018
11
Tories In Hot Water With Love Island Water Bottle Giveaway
The Conservative Party made national news last week when they offered people the chance to win reusable water bottles in the style of those used by contestants on the ITV2 dating reality show Love Island.
UK
17 Aug 2018
12
What Should Start-Ups Be Doing To Protect IP?
Thursday 26th April marked World Intellectual Property Day, an annual celebration and acknowledgement of the role that intellectual property (IP) rights, which include patents...
UK
13 Jun 2018
13
The Battle Royale Of Gaming Disputes
PUBG Corporation, the South Korean studio behind the hit game PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds, has recently brought a copyright infringement claim in South Korea ...
UK
11 Jun 2018
14
Grumpy Cat – A Cautionary ‘Tail'
When Grumpy Cat entered the public consciousness in 2012, she quickly moved from being merely another meme, to being the face of products ...
UK
27 Apr 2018
15
Online Intellectual Property Should Be Child's Play
UK schoolchildren are nowadays born ‘digital natives'; they've never known a world without the internet, smart phones and tablets.
UK
23 Feb 2018
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3D Printing – Downloading The World
The growth of the World Wide Web has transformed the process of copying digital files from an onerous task requiring the swapping of data carriers (tape-to-tape copying anyone?) ...
UK
6 Feb 2018
17
Moz The Monster v Mr Underbed
A recent spat between former UK Children's Laureate, Chris Riddell and retail giant John Lewis raised interesting questions around the extent of copyright protection with Riddell claiming that John Lewis' highly anticipated Christmas advert bore a resemblance to his 1986 picture book, Mr Underbed.
UK
28 Dec 2017
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Brexit: European Commission Publishes Position Paper On IPRs
On 7 September, the EC published a position paper on intellectual property rights (including geographical indications)...
UK
9 Oct 2017
19
Brexit: A First Look At The UK's EU Withdrawal Bill's Implications For IP
The UK government has published its draft EU Withdrawal Bill. Although frequently dubbed the "Great Repeal Bill" it does not in fact seek to repeal all the European law that currently has force in the UK.
UK
6 Oct 2017
20
BREXIT: EC Publishes Position Paper On IPRs
On 7 September, the EC published a position paper on intellectual property rights (including geographical indications), setting out how the transition of the UK leaving the EU should take place ...
UK
21 Sep 2017
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