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In this edition of Across the EUniverse, NCTM looks at some of the biggest issues in relation to food law.
In the two kinds of insurance (’loss occurrence’ and ’claims made’), the risk linked to the premium is different.
The ECJ’s recent decision is characterised by a wide interpretation of two constitutive elements of the producer liability for defective product.
Criteria for determining economic loss confirmed.
Receiver can terminate pending contracts...
Secured creditors’ deferred payment amounts to a partial satisfaction...
Minifigures trademark challenge defeated.
Huawei, ZTE and a patent declared essential by telecoms institute.
Geographical indications (GIs) for foodstuffs are protected under European law, while GIs for non-foodstuffs are not protected under EU law. Should we keep this difference?
In the last couple of days, the Financial Times and The New York Times have published important articles on Russia and China. The articles don’t pull their punches.
The Italian government is trying to shake up the lending market by Law Decree No 91 of 24 June 2014 (Decreto Competitività).
Shipping and Transport Bulletin — the Italian regime of minimum road haulage prices; the SNCM case; and more
NCTM has released the October–November issue of its Shipping and Transport Bulletin.
On 18 September 2014, the European Court of Justice handed down an interesting decision on the validity as a trademark of the shape of products.
A female macaque took a self-portrait using the camera of the English naturalist photographer David J Slater. The news raised doubts about the picture’s copyright protection.
PI proceedings were initiated by a company in order to enjoin a competitor from the continuing use in commerce of its registered trademarks as service name as well as over the internet.
The EU Court of Justice has handed down another judgment expected to further clarify the correct scope and interpretation of copyright ‘exceptions and limitations’.
This paper presumes knowledge of general background to the differences between the EU and the US in relation to geographical indications (GIs).
The European Court of Justice has ruled on whether metatags and domain names can be considered ‘advertising’ under the Comparative Advertising Directive.
This case is only the last of a long dispute among Budejovjcky Budva and Anheuser Busch over the right to use the term Budweiser.
With decision no. 20228, the Italian Supreme Court stated that the diversion of employees, in order to constitute unfair competition, requires the intent to damage the competitor’s business.