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This paper looks at the construction of normal value in World Trade Organisation anti-dumping law in relation to market economies.
Public or government procurement in CETA, the economic and trade agreement between Canada and the EU
The Comprehensive Trade and Economic Agreement provides a range of measures to make doing business between Canada and the EU easier.
Shipping and Transport Bulletin: new Italian rules on road haulage; French aid to SNCF incompatible with state aid rules; and more
NCTM has released the February-March 2015 edition of its Shipping and Transport Bulletin.
Copyright: the exhaustion of the distribution right of a copyright-protected work does not apply in case of alteration of its medium
The rights of a copyright holder where their work had undergone an alteration in form.
Patents — changes to reciprocity rules in the recognition of trademarks and patents between Italy and San Marino
There was a recent agreement between Italy and the Republic of San Marino on the interpretation of art. 43 of the bilateral 1939 Convention.
The Court of Milan ruled on a ‘lookalike’ case, whereby the company San Carlo Food Group claimed the imitation of the graphic elements of its package of chips by the competitor company Amica Chips.
The EU Court has ruled that the registration as a trademark of the shape of the worldwide-known puzzle invented in 1974 by Professor Erno Rubik is to be considered valid.
Patents — international stem cell case: the ECJ rules on the patentability of unfertilised human ovums
With decision dated 18 December 2014 in the proceeding no. C-364/13, the Court of Justice of the European Union (hereafter, Court of Justice) has returned on the patentability of unfertilised human ovums.
Copyright — a new ruling from the ECJ on legal protection of databases and the applicability of contractual limitations
With an important judgment rendered on Jan. 15, 2015 (Case C-30/14), the ECJ ruled on the conditions of applicability of the Directive No. 96/9, concerning the legal protection of databases in any form.
An article in the 2014 State Budget Act aims at fostering the modernisation or construction of sports facilities by simplifying the relevant administrative procedures and by foreseeing innovative funding.
NCTM’s latest Shipping and Transport Bulletin includes comment on the Italian law relating to the granting of financial aid to Italian stevedoring companies.