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Copyright owners free to choose where to bring web infringement claims but restrictions placed on damages

A ruling by the EU's highest court could mean that businesses have to take multiple cases across Europe if they want to claim damages for copyright infringement, an expert has said.  27 Jan 2015

CAT power to issue cost-capped injunctions will improve competition law enforcement, says expert

FOCUS: Proposed changes to the workings of the Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) will make it more likely that competition law is enforced and will give some smaller companies a boost in pursuing competition claims. 23 Jan 2015

New Beijing Arbitration Commission rules to offer ‘more professional procedures’

The Beijing Arbitration Commission (BAC) has published new arbitration rules that will enter into force on 1 April 2015. 22 Jan 2015

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