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- Who needs to be PCI DSS compliant? Do network service providers (a wifi network service provider, for example) comply with the PCI DSS?
- Does copyright exist in a tweet? Would publishing a book featuring a large amount of tweets taken from a single person without consent amount to copyright infringement?
- In a claim for an account of profits in an IP infringement matter, is the cost (purchase price from supplier) of unsold infringing products to be deducted from the total profits made by the defendant from the sale of the infringing products?
- Can goods placed on the market in an EEA country bearing a particular registered mark be imported into another EEA country in which the relevant trade mark rights are under different ownership?
- What intellectual property rights might the inventor of a new board game be able to protect?
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A summary of the changes to the trade mark laws of member states that are to be introduced under Directive (EU) 2015/2436.
- ECJ dismisses appeal on trade mark invalidity
- EU General Court annuls EUIPO decision on suspension of opposition proceedings
- High Court rejects Argos Limited's trade mark infringement and passing off claims against US-based argos.com website with Google AdSense ads
- ECJ rules TV broadcasts in hotels not communication to public for payment within Lending Directive
- EU General Court annuls finding of no dilution of LAND ROVER by LAND GLIDER trade mark
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This must-have text offers a succinct and comprehensive explanation of the key issues surrounding the ‘Classic Trinity’ of goodwill, damage and misrepresentation. This new edition is fully updated with the latest case law in the UK and Commonwealth, renowned for its clear analysis of the law this is the essential reference on the subject of passing-off.
The only book dedicated to the inner workings of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC), this is a must-have for seeking guidance on the key features and relevant materials of the court. This title helps clarify the court’s procedures, outlining the most appropriate options for cost-effective dispute resolution. It also advises on pre-action matters and applicable special considerations, allowing you to determine whether the IPEC is the right forum for your case.