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- Where a wedding photographer has posted photos of a client's wedding on the internet without the client's consent, what action can the client take?
- Can software partly developed from third party software be exclusively licensed; can the bespoke parts of the software and the third party software be licensed separately?
- Is it acceptable if a service agreement between an IT provider and a company states that the IP will be assigned only on final payment; what is the risk to a company using software without the IP being assigned?
- Do university lectures generate performers' rights for the lecturers; if so, who owns the rights; can an employer seek to own performance rights if generated in the course of employment?
- Does Practical Law have a collaboration agreement between an author and an illustrator?
Analysis and noter-up of the proposed new EU Data Protection Regulation, tracking comments and amendments made in the course of the EU legislative process.
An explanation and discussion of what binding corporate rules are and how they protect personal data.
- EU General Court finds no similarity between figurative weather vane mark and earlier CTM for WE
- Court of Appeal confirms invalidity of set top box patent
- HMRC launches R&D tax relief advance assurance for SMEs
- EU General Court finds shape mark consisting of a spring device devoid of distinctive character
- EU General Court finds likelihood of confusion between BIONECS and BIONECT word marks
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