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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that the concept of communication to the public in Article 3(1) of the Copyright Directive (2001/29/EC) (Article 3(1)) covered the posting on one website of an unauthorised ...
The High Court has construed a patent using US legal rules and held that, since the licensed product did not infringe the patent, no royalties were payable.
The Privy Council in the UK has recently declined to uphold a successful appeal to the court of appeal of the Bahamas in a case arising from an accident to a turbo prop airliner arising from a shortcoming in the landing ...
The UK Information Commissioner has imposed a monetary penalty of £500,000 on Facebook Ireland Ltd and Facebook Inc. as part of her Office's investigation into Cambridge Analytica.
Prior to the GDPR's entry into force in May this year, much was being said about the "inevitable" deluge of class actions likely to flood the UK court system as a result.
The recent Windrush scandal highlights the complexities involved with enforcing immigration compliance across a diverse population. Unfortunately there is no "one size fits all" approach to confirming whether an ...
In a recent European decision the court expanded further the relatively new line of case law that allows authorities to avoid a public procurement process if they are not 'choosing' those to be awarded the contract.
The Court of Appeal judgment in the Unwired Planet v Huawei case has been handed down this morning (23 October 2018). We previously reported on the first instance judgment from April 2017 and the subsequent decision ...
In this Guide, we consider the legal protection offered by investment treaties, as well as the investors and investments they may cover.
The Court of Appeal has held that two patents for the production of human antibodies using transgenic mice were not invalid for insufficiency.