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IP Matters, Nov 2015: the footballer and the bad doll; the Batmobile Gotham deserves; and more download
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Wearable tech, although regarded with some scepticism now, may turn out to be an IP minefiled...
Adopting these suggestions may help to avoid a security breach in the first place or, if that fails, lessen the damage should a breach occur.
We continue to read of copyright disputes in the music business and this month is no exception.
How did they get your email address?
If traditional methods of fundraising are not looking promising, then it may be worth considering a crowdfunding alternative.
The FBI ’Darkode’ arrests are just the tip of the iceberg. This briefing highlights risks to you in five key areas.
Have you registered a .sucks domain? download
Maybe you should, before a cunning rival adds it to your online name.
A round-up of the latest intellectual property issues, including parody and theatrical copyright, Instagram and copyright, an album copyright dispute, and Rihanna.
A recent case clarifies the key principles of the duty to mitigate loss and highlights that claimants should weigh their options carefully when considering their reaction to another party’s breach of contract.
China's patent targets for 2020 download
The Chinese government has recently announced a policy decision to treble the number of patents filed by local Chinese inventors by the year 2020.
The Court of Appeal has given clear and helpful guidance as to the legal position when two or more known or foreseeable factors may combine to produce an abnormal event.
In an effort to resolve an anticipated trade war, the EC has adopted a decision to accept a price undertaking proposed by China.
An increasing number of clients are receiving solicitations encouraging them to submit payment for trademark services.
The High Court has suggested that in certain circumstances the courts may be willing to find an implied duty of good faith in contractual relationships governed by English law.
It has been anticipated that the EC will look to impose a substantial duty on all Chinese solar products imported into the EU.