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…but it seems the new UK regime may be less hard on business than the US model.
YSL obtained its registrations in 2006. H&M sought to invalidate the registrations on the basis that they lacked the necessary individual character in light of its earlier ‘Fantastic Shopper’ design.
Also: forms of protection; enforcement of rights; and more.
Regulatory round-up – August 2015: FCA clarifies GAP insurance rules; decision in Northern Rock case; and more
Wragges’ experts provide their monthly bite size overviews of the major legal and regulatory developments and news for the consumer, asset and automotive finance sectors.
Almost every company will be affected, to some extent.
When a claim can be based on someone else’s disability.
Ensure the principle of ‘privacy by design’ is enshrined in everyday business procedures.
The Court of Appeal looked at when a public body is required to appoint new decision makers where a decision has been held to be unlawful and is remitted to the body to be retaken.
The DECC has announced that support under the Renewables Obligation for onshore wind will end from 1 April 2016 Stringent new planning tests have also been announced for wind farms.
Court of Justice of the European Union dismisses Spain’s challenge to the legality of the regulations establishing the unitary patent.
Wragges outlines the ambit of the inquiry, its background, the role and function of this type of investigation, and outline the extensive nature of the Commission’s powers in this regard.
Principle of the free movement of capital upheld in recent decision.
The case of eVigilo v PAGD in March 2015 saw the CJEU explore three public procurement questions raised by the Lithuanian Supreme Court.
Welcome clarity from the European Patent Office as to the scope of claim ‘examination’ in the course of post-grant amendment proceedings.
SPCs and combination products: basic patent on a sole ingredient cannot double as basic patent for combination
On 12 March 2015 the CJEU gave its ruling in Actavis v Boehringer Ingelheim, yet another reference from the UK courts regarding the interpretation of the SPC Regulation 469/2009.
What the new legislation allowing the Groceries Code adjudicator to fine UK supermarkets says, and how you can offer your views.
Late payments and “standing up for small businesses” have emerged as key political issues for most of the main political parties in the run up to the UK general election.
The Groceries Code Adjudicator has announced that she is launching an investigation into Tesco.
Competition and Markets Authority issues a call for information on the commercial use of consumer data
As part of a project to understand how firms collect and use consumer data, the CMA issued a call for information on 27 January 2015 on the commercial use of consumer data.
Paying for delay and patent settlement arrangements — the European Commission (at last) publishes the Lundbeck decision
In 2013 the European Commission announced that it had fined H Lundbeck A/S in respect of infringements of Art 101 of the TFEU and the EEA Agreement. It has finally set out the basis for the infringements.