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Konami Juventus And The Licensing Of IP For Use In Sports Video Game Content
As has been widely reported, Konami have recently announced a major deal in the football licensing battle by entering into an agreement with Italian football giants, Juventus FC, to secure the exclusive right to use Juventus' IP within eFootball PES 2020.
UK
1 Aug 2019
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FRAND Licences In The UK - An Update
At the end of 2018, the case returned to the Court of Appeal for round two.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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The Essence Of An IP Licence (Video)
The Essence of an IP Licence.
UK
29 May 2019
4
Licensing: Time Is Running Out To Renew Many Personal Licences In Scotland
Are you a personal licence holder in connection with the sale of alcohol in Scotland under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 (the 2005 Act)?
UK
10 May 2019
5
How Can Patents Help Your Business?
Intellectual property (IP) rights are intangible assets which protect ideas and brand value.
UK
25 Mar 2019
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Article 13: Balkanising The Internet Or A Champion For Copyright Holders?
The text for the much anticipated Article 13 of the European Copyright Directive (the "Directive") has finally been agreed upon as of 13 February.
UK
21 Feb 2019
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The Final Frontier: Will IP Apply In Space?
Space might remain the final frontier, but with businesses and start-ups increasingly recognising the commercial opportunities afforded by space and satellite technologies, it is a frontier that many...
UK
13 Feb 2019
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Unwired Planet: One Small SEP For Man, One Giant Leap For FRAND-Kind
A number of recent cases have bolstered the UK Court's expertise on licensing of Standard Essential Patents ("SEPs")
UK
30 Nov 2018
9
Taxi!
In September 2017, TfL approved increases that will see five-year licensing fees for some private-hire car operators in London leap from being less than £3,000 to £700,000 in some instances.
UK
1 Nov 2018
10
A Vision Of The Future - New Uses Of Known Materials
Many products are based on novel applications of materials which were originally developed for other purposes.
UK
10 Sep 2018
11
Should Exclusive Licences Come With A Health Warning?
In this article, we take a look at recent case law surrounding exclusive licensing and how care should be taken both when negotiating and acquiring an exclusive licence.
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10 Jul 2018
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IP Opportunities In Autonomous And Electric Vehicles
There are many obstacles preventing the uptake of autonomous and electric vehicles. A recent white paper from not-for-profit organisation Regen highlighted several policy priorities that need to be addressed ...
UK
6 Jul 2018
13
Bridgestone's Tire Dispute in Panama Opens Door for Milestone Interpretation of Investment Treaty Protection for Trademarks
The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) has just released a decision on the expedited objections of the respondent state, Panama, in Bridgestone Licensing Services, Inc. and Bridgestone Americas, Inc. v Republic of Panama.
UK
22 May 2018
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Should Exclusive Licenses Come With A Health Warning?
Licensing a patent is often seen as a way of amicably settling a dispute, or bringing a product (covered by the patent) to market, where the owner of the patent is unable to do so themselves.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Car Makers Hit Back At Flat Licence Fees For Patents
Unsurprisingly, following the news that the EU are considering implementing a uniform model for the licensing of standard essential patents, a number of major car manufacturers ...
European Union
6 Nov 2017
16
Commission Opens Formal Investigations Into Licensing And Distribution Practices
The investigations concern the licensing and distribution of merchandising products.
European Union
6 Jul 2017
17
The Scope Of 'Indirect Access' To Software: SAP UK Limited v Diageo Great Britain Limited
The High Court has ruled in favour of a software provider in a case which highlights the importance of agreeing robust and clear contractual terms in a software licence.
UK
30 May 2017
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The Scope Of 'Indirect Access' To Software: SAP UK Limited v Diageo Great Britain Limited
The High Court has ruled in favour of a software provider in a case which highlights the importance of agreeing robust and clear contractual terms in a software licence.
UK
25 May 2017
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Licensing News Scotland - April 2017
A House of Lords Committee (HoLC) has completed its review the Licensing Act 2003.
UK
25 May 2017
20
Updated Brexit Guidance From The UKIPO
Following the official start of the negotiations for British withdrawal from the EU, the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has updated its guidance on the consequences of Brexit..
UK
9 May 2017
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