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Study into business access to public information launched in UK

The UK's primary regulator of competition has commissioned a study into whether the market for commercial use of public information (CUPI) has improved since a damning report of practices by some public sector bodies was issued by the now-defunct Office of... 23 Sep 2014

Stan James wins latest battle over alleged infringement of football match data rights

Football authorities in England and Scotland have lost the latest round of a legal battle with a gambling operator over the alleged infringement of their intellectual property rights. 20 Mar 2014

Information held in electronic databases not property which can be possessed, rules UK court

Information stored electronically does not constitute property which someone can exercise possession of, judges in the UK have ruled. 20 Mar 2014

Database rights may be infringed by aggregation of others' data via website search engines, says CJEU

Operators of websites in the EU that allow users to search for content on other sites and then display the information on their own site may be in breach of intellectual property laws as a result of a recent ruling by the EU's highest court. 10 Jan 2014

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Expertise in Database Rights

The know how gained and information held within a business is one of a company's most valuable assets. Database rights can protect these assets.

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