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- Can magic tricks or routines be protected under the law of intellectual property?
- Are EUIPO examiners bound by previous decisions of EUIPO?
- Are we ok to clear permission to reproduce the lyrics in the parody only of a song, or should we clear the lyrics in the underlying work?
- How do I register a licence against an EU trade mark, and will the recordal appear on the UK register of marks?
- Can a non-exclusive licence be granted for a trade mark free of charge? If so, should the licence still be recorded?
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.
- IPO consultation on legislative changes concerning pre-1957 copyright works and compulsory licensing
- Sentence reduced for copyright offence due to appellant's limited role in the offence (Court of Appeal)
- EU General Court rules EUIPO misinterpreted goods and failed to state reasons in trade mark invalidity decision
- EU General Court upholds likelihood of confusion between figurative "EasyCredit" trade marks for identical services
- Cyber-security: Directive (EU) 2016/1148 on network and information security published in Official Journal
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A leading text in its field, Copinger & Skone James on Copyright offers thorough and comprehensive coverage on the main aspects of copyright and connected rights.
This must-have guide for any practitioners advising about patents, brings together the expertise of over 25 highly respected professionals including patent attorneys, solicitors and members of the bar, all individually selected for their expert knowledge.