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Dutch Court grants cross-border injunction in absence of a Dutch patent
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On 1 October 2021, the Provisions Judge of the District Court of Rotterdam granted a cross-border injunction in preliminary proceedings against the Dutch warehousing and distribution entity ...

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Polish Competition and Consumer Protection Office will take a closer look at influencer marketing

The Polish Competition and Consumer Protection Office will conduct a thorough investigation into illegal surreptitious advertising on social media. The Office will take a closer look at the ...

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Anchovy News, September 2021

This is the September edition of Anchovy News. Here you will find articles concerning ICANN, the domain name industry and the recuperation of domain names across the globe. In...

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UK Court of Appeal says AI is not an Inventor and is split on allowing applications for AI inventions
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Today, the UK Court of Appeal delivered its judgment in Thaler v Comptroller General of Patents Trade Marks and Designs [2021] EWCA Civ 1374 with Lord Justice Arnold and Lady Justice Laing...

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Proof in Trial

A wrongful conviction that led to a death row sentence; a politician fighting to save his reputation; a tech company whose trade secrets were stolen. In this podcast series, some of the...

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EURid extends citizenship criteria and gives a last chance to UK registrants
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EURid, the Registry for the .EU Top Level Domain (TLD), has recently updated its registration rules in order to enable expats from three additional countries to register .EU domain...

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German Federal Court of Justice decision: Finally more legal certainty regarding influencer marketing

Due to diverging case law by the courts of instance, there has been considerable legal uncertainty with regard to influencer-marketing in Germany. The obligation of influencers to label...

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Regional Court of Hamburg: “Re-Pin” on Pinterest can constitute a copyright infringement

The Regional Court of Hamburg, in a decision of 12 November 2020, had to decide whether a re-pin of a photo on the platform “Pinterest” could constitute a copyright...

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IPMT Podcast: The impact of Brexit on the UK trade mark and anti-counterfeiting systems

In the second in a new series of podcasts from the IPMT team at Hogan Lovells on current IP topics, Clare Matheson, Senior Associate and Peter Elkin, Associate in London, discuss the impact ...

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