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- Would a recording of a telephone conversation by an employee constitute a breach of RIPA 2000 or be admissible as evidence in tribunal?
- What action can be taken against a former employee who is racist on social media and still states that they work for the ex-employer?
- Does the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006 permit a business offering wifi to block access to wifi services provided by third parties?
- What are the effect and scope of the UsedSoft decision?
- Does copyright in historic photographs reside in the owner of the negative?
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.
- Court of Appeal holds trade mark series registration system compatible with EU law
- European Commission publishes communication on online platforms
- High Court rejects judicial review challenge to tobacco branding restrictions
- Advocate General opinion on registrability of "Rubik's Cube" shape mark
- EU General Court rules only goods and services in opposition notice relevant in trade mark opposition
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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.