Provisions include the proportionality of criminal sanctions for infringement, 3D printing and digital copyright
UK payday lender Wonga has felt the wrath of social media after demanding a Twitter user remove an image parodying its male marketing character in a painting.
A Welsh publican has been left facing damages that may stretch into six figures after he unsuccessfully fought a copyright infringement suit filed by the FAPL. Shoosmiths’ Jo Joyce examines
Website operators should ensure they are compliant with Italy’s new wide-reaching
regulations, says DLA Piper’s Giulio Coraggio and Giulia Zappaterra
In the second in a series of articles, Kenneth R Adamo, David W Higer and Eugene Goryunov reviews cases where a stay was granted pending resolution of an inter partes review.
been quick to join the web revolution, but with web pirates running riot,
a fast reaction is needed from the state, says Tran Manh Hung and Bao Trung Duong.
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