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UK considers giving businesses powers to take civil action against rivals' copycat packaging

Businesses could be granted with a "civil injunctive power" to prevent rivals copying the designs of their product packaging under plans being considered by the UK government. 17 Apr 2014

German data watchdogs set out position on 'one stop shop' privacy regulation in the EU

Data protection authorities (DPAs) should have powers to protect the privacy of people in the country in which they are based even if organisations serving those people are based elsewhere, DPAs in Germany have said. 03 Apr 2014

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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

Creditor could not use third party debt order on money set aside for interest payments, court rules

A creditor of the Ukrainian national gas company was unable to use a third party debt order (TPDO) to take control of money held in a bank account on behalf of the gas company, because that money had been set aside to make interest payments to the gas company's... 11 Mar 2014

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