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In a rare win for the little man, Comic Enterprises Ltd has been successful in its claim Twentieth Century Fox’s use of the word ‘glee’ amounted to trademark infringement.
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.
Welcome to Taylor Wessing’s analysis of clean energy investment activity in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Louise Taylor considers the privacy challenges posed by the ‘internet of things’.
Graham Hann considers the main legal (and some practical) issues with the ever-expanding ‘internet of things’.
The market for sponsored content or ‘native advertising’ has grown phenomenally in the last 12 months.
Paul England and Kathleen Fox Murphy look at the application of the patents system to the ‘internet of things’.
After four years of waiting, the Food and Drug Administration has released its draft social media guidance.
When granting or receiving a licence under intellectual property rights, the parties need to consider at the earliest stage the degree of exclusivity that will be granted.
Taylor Wessing’s Insurance and Reinsurance Review summarises the key case law developments in insurance and reinsurance throughout 2013.
The 25th Lower Federal Court of the City of Rio de Janeiro has issued its decision in the conflict relating to the trademark IPHONE.
This is only the second time that the Data Protection Index has featured in Global Intellectual Property Index, yet a number of trends are already apparent from the results.
The Advocate General’s opinion in Georgetown University has been released. It fails to recommend whether or not more than one SPC can be granted based on the same patent.
The rise and rise of patent assertion entities (PAEs) in the US has become so serious that the problem is now being tackled at the highest political levels.
The year of 2013 can be seen as a remarkable year for the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) as it takes steady steps to consolidate its rules.
From now on, any transfer of personal data from Germany to the US should be regarded unlawful under German data protection law. This was stated by the German data protection authorities in a press release issued on 24 July 2013.
Consent payment or solicitation payments have become a relatively common way in which debtors undergoing a restructuring can incentivise bondholders to vote in favour of the restructuring.
A recent case has highlighted the problems that can arise when a complex set of finance documents recording the respective rights and priorities of a group of lenders is amended.
A recent survey of sales and marketing executives at large pharmaceutical companies shows that one in four interactions with doctors, healthcare providers and patients in the US is now digital.
The claimants in this case were Greek yogurt manufacturer FAGE and its UK distributor. FAGE had been making Greek yogurt in Greece and selling it in the UK for 30 years.