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New Directive On Copyright In Radio And Television Programmes
On 15 April 2019, the Council of the European Union approved a Directive on the exercise of copyright and related rights applicable to certain online transmissions by broadcasting organisations and retransmissions of television ...
European Union
11 Jul 2019
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European Commission Accepts Final Commitments In Cross-Border Access To Pay-TV Case
The Commission had already accepted and made binding commitments offered by Paramount Pictures in July 2016.
European Union
16 May 2019
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European Commission Fines Google € 1.49 Billion For Abusing Its Dominant Position In Online Advertising
On 20 March 2019, the European Commission announced that it had issued a decision imposing a € 1.49 billion fine on Google for breaching Article 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
European Union
14 May 2019
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European Commission Imposes € 12.5 Million Fine On Nike For Restricting Cross-Border Sales Of Merchandising Products
On 25 March 2019, the European Commission ("Commission") announced its decision to fine Nike € 12,555,000 for limiting the ability of licensees to sell licensed merchandising products to other EEA countries.
European Union
14 May 2019
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French Data Protection Authority Fines Google For Breach Of General Data Protection Regulation
On 21 January 2019, the French Data Protection Authority imposed a fine of € 50 million on Google for infringing the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679
France
16 Apr 2019
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Belgian Competition Authority Imposes Interim Measures On Television Broadcasting Network Operator
The Competition College of the BCA decided that VRT had not demonstrated that the conditions to impose interim measures were met.
Belgium
15 Apr 2019
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Installing Facebook "Like" Button Makes Website Joint Controller, Says Advocate General
Fashion ID, a German online retailer, integrated the Facebook "Like" button into its website.
European Union
15 Apr 2019
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Scope Of De-Referencing: Advocate General Issues Two Opinions On Obligation Of Search Engine Operators
CNIL regarded this proposal as insufficient and imposed a fine of EUR 100,000.
European Union
15 Apr 2019
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European Union
19 Feb 2019
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Presumption Of Liability For Owners Of Internet Connections Used To Infringe Copyright
Hence, the ECJ found that the German law infringed both the InfoSoc Directive and the Enforcement Directive.
European Union
6 Dec 2018
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Belgian Advertising Council Publishes Guidelines For Online Influencers
However, the Recommendations only apply when two conditions are satisfied. First, the online influencer must receive compensation and, second...
Belgium
29 Nov 2018
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Warehouse Storage Of Copyright-Infringing Products Amounts To Act Of Distribution
Hence, the Patent Court of Appeal concluded that the storage of goods in warehouses does not constitute an attempt or preparation of a trade mark or copyright infringement.
Sweden
29 Nov 2018
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English Court Of Appeal Delivers Judgment In FRAND Royalty Case
On 23 October 2018, the English Court of Appeal issued a judgment in a licence dispute involving Standard Essential Patents pitting Unwired Planet, a US-based patent assertion entity, against Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications company.
UK
28 Nov 2018
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UK Competition Appeal Tribunal Finds That Ping's Online Sales Ban Was An Unjustified Restriction
The individual pleas raised in the appeal are considered in more detail below.
UK
7 Nov 2018
15
Brussels Court Of Appeal Holds FIFA And UEFA Arbitration Clauses To Be Inapplicable
In a case involving FIFA and UEFA, the Brussels Court of Appeal, handed down an important judgment on 28 August 2018 in which it refused to refer a dispute to arbitration despite the existence of arbitration clauses ...
Belgium
7 Nov 2018
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Sport Direct's Use Of Trade Name And Website Causes Damage To Sportsdirect.com
In a judgment of 26 June 2018, the Brussels Court of Appeal held that, by using its trade name "Sport Direct" and its website sportdirect.com for Belgian customers, Sport Direct BV was causing damage ...
Belgium
7 Nov 2018
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Debranding And Rebranding Imported Products Constitutes Trade Mark Infringement
On 25 July 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union held in case C-129/17, Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha Ltd & MCFE BV v. Duma Forklifts NV and GSI International BVBA, that the debranding and rebranding ...
European Union
8 Oct 2018
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Swedish Court Finds That Booking.Com's Narrow Vertical Price Parity Clauses Infringe Article 101 TFEU
On 20 July 2018, the Swedish Patent and Market Court found that so-called narrow vertical price parity clauses in contracts between Booking.com and hotels in Sweden, which prevented the hotels from ...
Sweden
24 Sep 2018
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Court Of Justice Of European Union Holds That Administrator Of Facebook Fan Page Is Controller
Finally, the ULD appealed to the Court which then decided to stay the proceedings and refer a number of questions to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling.
European Union
31 Aug 2018
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Parallel Trade: Rebranding Of Generic Medicine To Originator Brand Name Constitutes Trade Mark Infringement
In reaching this conclusion, the Court referred to the Belgian regulatory framework which embraces the principle of "therapeutic freedom" which, as a rule, prohibits substitution in the deliverance of medicines.
European Union
31 Aug 2018
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