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Melissa Murray and Ayah Abdin summarise the implications of a licensee using the registered trade marks of a Licensor in local trade names in the Middle East.
Manon Rieger-Jansen and Nina Dorenbosch consider a recent CJEU decision which denied copyright protection for flavour.
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 ...
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RT @TechBirdNL: UPDATE: Trade Mark Directive: Access all major changes to national trade mark law in one map https://t.co/hCplPbJZAA
UPDATE: Trade Mark Directive: Access all major changes to national trade mark law in one map https://t.co/72CQDE93YE