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Claims For Transfers Of Patents: Clarification On Time Limits
Germany is one of the most important patent litigation jurisdictions in Europe, making developments in its patent law very important
UK
3 Jul 2019
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Munich Regional Court Clarifies When Claims For Transfers Of Patents Become Time-Barred
Germany is one of the most important patent litigation jurisdictions in Europe, making developments in its patent law very important to life sciences companies
UK
3 Jul 2019
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The New German Trade Secrets Act – A Game Changer
At long last, Germany transposed the Trade Secrets Directive ("Directive") into national law. Almost a year after the implementation deadline,
Germany
28 May 2019
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Germany Finally Implements The Trade Secrets Directive!
With Germany finally implementing the Trade Secrets Directive into their national law, know-how theft cases are becoming more frequent.
Germany
27 May 2019
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Misappropriation Of Trade Secrets In Germany – The Recent Supreme Court Decision
Germany is a leading jurisdiction for patent litigation, yet it is still not popular for those bringing trade secrets disputes.
Germany
8 Mar 2019
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Trade Secret Litigation – Is Germany Next?
In anticipation of the implementation of the Trade Secrets Directive, the topic of know-how protection has been widely discussed.
Germany
15 May 2018
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FRAND Licensing In Germany – The Recent Düsseldorf Decision
The findings from the recent Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf decision Mobiles Kommunikationssystem have established a new framework ...
Germany
23 Apr 2018
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Right of communication: German Federal Supreme Court applies GS Media to internet search engines
In Thumbnails III, the German Federal Supreme Court (‘BGH') held that the depiction of so-called thumbnails of pictures available from the internet does not constitute an act of copyright infringement, unless the search engine operator had knowledge of the fact that the copyrighted material had been illegally uploaded.
Germany
23 Nov 2017
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Europe Explores Data Ownership
Machine-generated data is a hot commodity, but who owns this information? As more and more valuable data are generated, should there be legislation to establish ownership and, potentially, access rights?
UK
10 Aug 2017
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Germany – A Major Hub For Patent Litigation
With the Unified Patent Court now stalled for at least the near future, U.S. life sciences companies will continue to face the question of where to bring patent infringement cases in Europe.
Germany
2 Aug 2017
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Let's Talk about Data Ownership
Data: The new oil. Does anyone own this asset? If no, does the digital economy call for the creation of a right to data?
UK
19 Jul 2017
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An Ever Closer Union? No More. The Impact Of ‘Brexit' On IP Holders
Under Art. 50 of the Treaty on European Union (the 'Lisbon Treaty') the UK may decide to withdraw, and shall notify the European Council of its intention.
European Union
28 Jun 2016
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Ground-Breaking Referral: Are Arbitration Clauses In Bits Between EU Member States Void?
In recent years, the number and economic relevance of bilateral investment treaties ("BITs") has significantly increased.
European Union
23 May 2016
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Good Things Need Time? The Draft Of The Know-How Directive Is Progressing
Before the last Election for the European Parliament took place, the European Commission rushed to move forward with an important project by publishing the Draft of the Know-How Directive.
Germany
15 Jan 2016
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Chocolate Bear Beats Gummy Bear
Can a wordmark with a particular meaning be infringed by a three-dimensional product design? Disputes regarding the infringement of a wordmark by a purely figurative mark (and vice versa) have been the object of several decisions by German courts of appeals and the German Federal Supreme Court.
Germany
25 Sep 2015
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