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The Italian Revenue Agency has clarified that to be excluded from the scope of ‘abuse of rights’ are the agreements relating to mid- to long-term bank financing transactions entered into abroad and designed to have legal effect in Italy.
The ECHR has rejected, as inadmissible, an appeal from the two founders of Pirate Bay — one of the world’s largest file-sharing web platforms.
On 25 March 2013 the Italian Antitrust Authority published an updated version of the Antitrust Leniency Notice.
The April–May 2013 issue of the Shipping and Transport Bulletin is available now.
On 2 April 2013, the Italian Antitrust Authority published the new turnover thresholds.
Interpretation of section 25 of the Self Regulation Code of Marketing Communication.
Convention against double taxation between Italy and Hong Kong.
The Advertising and Marketing Communication Self-Regulation Authority has ruled that the expressions that emphasise the excellence of cleaning products are not in breach of the Code of Marketing Communication Self-Regulation.
Judgment has been rendered in the case Fédération Cynologique Internationale v Federacion Canina Internacional de Perros de Pura Raza (Case C-561/11).
The UE General Court, in the case T-378/11 regarding Medinet trademarks, took position on the relevance of colour in the perception of the relevant public.
This paper concentrates on the criterion on the basis of which the conduct sanctionable in the terms of article 96, third paragraph c.p.c., is added to.
This paper offers a systematic interpretation of article 96, third paragraph c.p.c. concentrating on the grounds wherein the judge may make award.
The European Commission is to allow the guidelines on the application of its treaty to maritime transport services (2008/C 245/02) to lapse.