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Internet browsing is not copyright infringement

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has given its judgement in the Meltwater case holding that internet browsing is not an infringement of copyright. 
17 June 2014

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Concept Summer 2014

Welcome to the Summer 2014 edition of Concept, the latest news bulletin from Burges Salmon’s Intellectual Property and Technology Team.
02 June 2014

Groundless threats reforms

The Law Commission's final report on its proposals for reform in the area of groundless threats concludes that protection should be retained, but reformed.
23 May 2014

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Electronic databases and liens

In the recent case of Your Response Ltd v Datateam Business Media Ltd the Court of Appeal held that it was not possible to exercise a lien over an electronic database.
31 March 2014

Technology transfer agreements: new EU rules

The revised Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation (TTBER) and Technology Transfer Guidelines will replace the existing TTBER and Guidelines from 1 May 2014 onwards.
25 March 2014

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Concept Spring 2014

Welcome to the Spring 2014 edition of Concept, the latest news bulletin from Burges Salmon’s Intellectual Property and Technology Team.
06 March 2014

Strained relations in the UK yoghurt market

According to the Court of Appeal, a substantial proportion of the public believes that Greek yoghurt comes from Greece so yoghurt made elsewhere should consequently not be labelled 'Greek'.
03 February 2014

Patent Update: Virgin Atlantic and Zodiac Seating in Court again

The Court of Appeal judgment in Virgin Atlantic Airways v Zodiac Seats (Ltd) and others marked another decision in this long-running patent dispute. 
30 January 2014

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Quaystone newsletter ; February 2014

This month our Construction and Engineering newsletter focuses on intellectual property issues in construction.
28 January 2014

Can Google use your search history to market to you?

The English Court has decided to rule on whether Google should be allowed to identify what we might want to buy (and advertise at us) by watching the things we search for.
27 January 2014

What three-dimensional shapes can be registered as trade marks?

What issues are raised by Nestlé's High Court appeal against a decision to refuse its application to register the four finger shape of its KIT KAT bar as a three-dimensional trade mark?
24 January 2014

Using a black and white trade mark in colour may impact on UK opposition proceedings

How is the scope of a trade mark owner's rights affected if it registers a trade mark in black and white, but uses it in one particular colour or colour scheme? 
16 January 2014
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