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Geographical licensing is the practice where the owner of the rights to a product grants to a licensee the right to develop the product in a specific country or territory only.
A business must either own or have a licence to what it uses; otherwise it could infringe someone else’s intellectual property rights.
International Law at Work — February 2014: looking forward... legislative initiatives of the new German government
This article sets out some of the employment-related enterprises of the Great Coalition as set out in the coalition treaty.
In this briefing, Taylor Wessing focuses on pensions in China, Germany and the UK.
Soft-toy manufacturer Margarete Steiff’s Community trademark applications for its ‘button in the ear’ have been found to be devoid of distinctive character and not registrable.
Investrónica filed an opposition to Olympus Imaging’s trademark application for the mark MICRO based on the prior Spanish registration for overlapping goods.
The GC confirmed the Board of Appeal’s decision and found that there was a likelihood of confusion between BIMBO DOUGHNUTS and DOGHNUTS.
In the case of Specsavers International Healthcare Ltd and Others v Asda Stores Ltd, the CJEU ruled on the relevance of colour to a mark.
In December 2013, Getty Images’ third appeal against OHIM’s decision not to register its PHOTOS.COM trademark was rejected.
Following the completion of recent negotiations between Iran and the P5+1, an interim deal relating to sanctions against Iran was reached on 24 November 2013.
This update sets out the most significant developments of the new public procurement directives.
Two new references have been made to the CJEU asking for preliminary rulings on issues under Regulation (EC) No 469/2009.
Linking to freely available content is not copyright infringement — the CJEU’s decision in Svensson v Retriever Sverige
Internet users can use hyperlinks to redirect users to copyright works on other websites without infringing copyright as long as the copyright works are ‘freely available’ on the other site.
Welcome to Taylor Wessing’s analysis of clean energy investment activity in the fourth quarter of 2013.
The public interest in the financial dealings of Europe’s football clubs is steadily increasing as UEFA continues to monitor spending to track compliance with its FFP rules.
The latter half of 2013 proved to be an interesting period for the pharmaceutical sector from a competition law perspective.
The guidelines will have a significant impact upon shaping energy regimes and their attractiveness to both industry and investors.
Louise Taylor considers the privacy challenges posed by the ‘internet of things’.
Lorna Caddy and Adam Rendle set out some predictions on how the media landscape is likely to change and develop during the course of 2014.
Graham Hann considers the main legal (and some practical) issues with the ever-expanding ‘internet of things’.