A trademark is liable to revocation if it has become the common name for a product by consumers due to the ‘inactivity’ of the rightsholder, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has held.
Current case law on the liability of ISPs in online copyright infringement isn't perfect but it's all we've got, says Neville Cordell and Persephone Bridgman Baker
Lindsey Woolley and Frances Salisbury consider the ongoing debate over what is patentable for plant-related inventions
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