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The Düsseldorf Court of Appeal has referred questions to the CJEU on whether the supply of patent-protected substances by a third party to a generic company is covered by the Bolar exemption.
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.
Taylor Wessing looks at the latest news and updates in the data protection and information technology sectors.
In this briefing, Taylor Wessing focuses on European data protection news and updates.
Following the release of the Autumn Statement, Taylor Wessing has summarised some of the main announcements.
The European Commission has launched a public consultation in support of its review of the EU copyright regime.
Legal treatment of matters related to securing debts (in the old terminology, ‘securing obligations’) will be significantly changed by the new Czech Civil Code effective from 1 January 2014.
A summary of some of the transactions the RCR lawyers of Taylor Wessing have been involved in.
This short article surveys some key news from Pierre Tallot who heads up the Taylor Wessing RCR practice in France.
Appointment as a trust special administrator to an NHS trust does not give rise to a power to take any action or make any recommendations in relation to any other NHS trust.
The doctrine of marshalling could be excluded by contract but the contract would have to be one between the two creditors not the relevant obligors and one such creditor.
The Bermuda Court of Appeal has held that statements in relation to assistance at common law to foreign officeholders made in an earlier Privy Council decision were not binding on it.
This is an important decision that is helpful to administrators wishing to cut costs to avoid closure of a business pending its sale as a going concern.
Directors cede management powers on the appointment of administrators; however, the ability to cause the company to challenge the validity of appointment is an example of an exception to this rule.
The judge’s comments call into question the impact of limited recourse provisions and bankruptcy remoteness.
This is an important interlocutory decision in what some commentators have dubbed the litigation of the decade.
Taylor Wessing has published its Radar: Technology & Communications Update for December 2013. This section focuses on communications.
Taylor Wessing has published its Radar: Technology & Communications Update for December 2013. This section focuses on apps.
Taylor Wessing has published its Radar: Technology & Communications Update for December 2013. This section focuses on data protection.
Taylor Wessing has published its Radar: Technology & Communications Update for December 2013. This section focuses on cyber security.