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Taylor Wessing’s Simon Walker explains the terms ‘drag along’ and ‘bring along’.
Venture capital investors will have certain consent and voting rights that attach to their class of shares.
On 28 November 2013, the European Commission announced a proposal for a directive on trade secrets and confidential information.
The European Medicines Agency launched a new post-marketing surveillance system in the autumn called the ‘Black Triangle’ scheme.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has made its ruling in the case AstraZeneca AB v Comptroller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks.
Venture capital investors will agree with the company in which they intend to invest on a valuation for the company prior to the new investment round.
When considering whether a sign ‘consists exclusively of the shape of goods that is necessary to obtain a technical result’, the court is not confined to looking at the sign as filed.
Iceland Foods applied to register in the UK the trademark ICELAND (both figurative and word marks) for fish, meat, game and poultry.
The German Federal Court of Justice has found that a party does not need to intend to take unfair advantage of the distinctiveness of a mark without due cause.
The EU General Court has upheld an OHIM Board of Appeal decision refusing Deutsche Bank’s application for the word mark ‘PASSION TO PERFORM’.