Internet service providers and web browser software companies can be legally bound to pay the costs of blocking injunctions for copyright-infringing websites so long as this does not place an "unbearable sacrifice" on them, France's Court of Cassation has...
The sale of 'grey goods' can attract criminal penalties under trade mark law, rules UK Supreme Court 03 Aug 2017
Criminal penalties can be imposed on businesses that engage in the sale of so-called 'grey goods', the UK Supreme Court has ruled.
Study finds a 'surprising' lack of IP due diligence carried out for some tech M&A deals in Germany 01 Aug 2017
Many businesses entering into merger or acquisition (M&A) deals in Germany's technology sector are failing to carry out all the checks necessary to mitigate legal and commercial risks that could arise from completing those transactions, according to a...
- The sale of 'grey goods' can attract criminal penalties under trade mark law, rules UK Supreme Court 03 Aug 2017
- Ongoing trade mark deception does not negate statutory limits on legal proceedings, French court rules 26 Jul 2017
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