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On 7 December the final report was issued by Australia’s Financial System Inquiry. This briefing is a summary of the key points relevant to innovation.
The Hong Kong privacy commissioner for personal data (PCPD) announced last week that a former insurance agent has received a prison sentence in respect of offences under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance.
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence: more good news for the creative sector; product recalls and brand reputation download
The December issue of Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence discusses brand reputation, broadcasting, data protection, gambling and more.
The High Court has handed down a decision clarifying the test for inherent distinctiveness of trademarks, and giving clarity to the treatment of foreign words used as trademarks.
The Australian government has launched ‘Accelerating Commercialisation’, an initiative aimed at accelerating the commercialisation of intellectual property relating to new products, processes and services.
The PRC Supreme People’s Court has issued the provisions on the establishment of intellectual property courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
The opinion in the dispute opposing Huawei and ZTE sheds a bright light on the legal landscape for injunctions in SEP-FRAND licensing contexts.
One current hot topic ‘good faith’. Can it be implied into contracts? If so, what would that mean in practice?
Australian Full Federal Court confirms position on the patentability of computer-implemented business methods
The Full Court of the Australian Federal Court has handed down its much awaited decision in Research Affiliates LLC v Commissioner of Patents.
On 5 November 2014, a group of journalists placed about 540 rulings granted by the Luxembourg tax administration to some 340 companies active in a large number of industries.
Law à la Mode — understanding the EU Consumer Rights Directive; free zones in the UAE; unregistered design rights; and more
The German editorial team presents the 14th edition of Law à la Mode, the quarterly legal magazine brought to you by DLA Piper’s fashion, retail and design group.
All-In@EiG 2014 — gaming in the cloud; patents on gaming and gambling technology; legal issues surrounding Bitcoin; and more
To coincide with the 13th European iGaming Congress and Expo, DLA Piper’s gaming team has launched All-In@EiG 2014.
Welcome to the sixth issue of Spotlight on Belgium. DLA Piper’s Belgian team brings you up to speed with the latest legal updates.
This guide provides sound, practical advice on the relevant laws and regulations for foreign companies looking to invest in Australia.
Manufacturing Matters — exploring a crisis in hindsight; safeguarding your stakeholders’ personal data across borders; and more
DLA Piper has released the 11th edition of Manufacturing Matters, which provides a round-up of legal news, updates and commentary for the manufacturing sector.
In D’Arcy v Myriad Genetics, five judges of the Full Federal Court of Australia have confirmed that isolated nucleic acid sequences are patentable subject matter in Australia.
Intellectual Property and Technology News — service integration in the technology and sourcing space; and more
Intellectual Property and Technology News (Asia Pacific) is a biannual publication from DLA Piper that offers perspectives, analysis and visionary ideas.
An opposer establishes a prima facie case for lack of bona fide intent to use a mark when it can show that the applicant does not have any documentation evidencing steps to use the mark in US commerce.
Supreme Court Corner: Nautilus Inc v Biosig Instruments Inc; Limelight Networks Inc v Akamai Techs; and more
DLA Piper has released the Q3 2014 issue its Supreme Court Corner publication.
Debates on the laws and regulations that will govern biosimilar products have been raging for some time.