Exploitation of data from a EU intellectual property and contract law perspective
A "three-step process"
A "three-step process"
10-year blueprint published
Will algorithmic transparency give brand owners greater comfort?
Quite possibly yes
I like the lifestyle, the image, look at the way I dress
A uniquely challenging issue
Protecting a key marketing asset
The advent of deepfake technology and related legal issues
Andrea Andolina's personal take on an AIPPI study question.
One step forward for harmonizing a legal framework in Europe
Unlawful use of the “Ferrari” trade mark
Liability of platform operators for trademark infringements
An Introduction to eSports
The law unfolds
The Importance of Intellectual Property
Reassessing the balance
Encouraging green tech
Could an AI be deemed as an author or creator under IP law?
A video snap-shot
The End of Social Networks?
The emerging conversation in Australia
Is the law clear enough?
The Guideline on Strengthening Intellectual Property Rights Protection
Court of Appeal clarifies rules for joint authorship of copyright
A cautionary tale for IP repositories
As some academics argue an AI system 'should be recognised as inventor' we look at the law
Or AI and the State of the Art
The right influencers, the right audience, the right content and managing risk
Adidas Fail to Expand their Three-Stripe Protection
Court of Appeal revises notion of strict liability for trade mark infringement
The end of the notion of geographical marks as invented names
China and US lead the way
Developments in Spanish Case Law on "Lookalike" Products in the Food and Beverage Sector
Amendments to the current Spanish Trademark Act
EP, the Council and the Commission reach political agreement
CBPM Market set to grow
The government's guidance on exiting the EU with no deal
but its scope and fitness for purpose is uncertain especially in the context of the data economy
State of affairs in latest draft agreement on the withdrawal
UK in a position to raify the UPC Agreement, Germany blocked by constitutional complaint
Goods intended for export only
LuK GmbH & Co KG v. SAS Valeo Embrayages.
An overview of Commission Regulation (EU) No. 316/2014
What are the costs advantages and the likely impact of Brexit?
New rules bring stricter regulation and enhanced user protection
U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Patent-Infringement Manufacturing Rule
Australian Court delivers landmark decision upholding rights of Australian trade mark owners against foreign manufacturers