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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.
- ECJ rules on infringement by provision of hyperlinks to copyright owner's live broadcasts
- EU General Court rules OHIM failed to properly assess all facts in opposition proceedings
- High Court refuses stay in PINTEREST trade mark dispute
- Advocate General's opinion on whether opponent's Community trade mark must have reputation in country where later conflicting mark sought
- EU General Court partially annuls OHIM finding of likelihood of confusion between polo-player figurative marks
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