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Court Of Appeals Berlin Decides On The Obligation To Provide Technical Protection Against Framing
In a judgment of 18 June 2018, case 24 U 146/17, the Berlin Court of Appeals (Kammergericht Berlin – Court of Appeals)
Germany
7 Aug 2018
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Limited German Tax Deductibility Of Low-Taxed License Payments Made To Related US Entities
Pursuant to the "license barrier" rule in Sec. 4j German Income Tax Act, newly introduced as of 1 January 2018, arm's length business expenses ...
Germany
25 Jul 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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Düsseldorf Regional Court Sharpens Its Notion Of The FRAND-Obligations Of SEP-Proprietor And SEP-User
In a judgment dated 31 March 2016 the Düsseldorf Regional Court (docket number 4a O 73/14), granted Saint Lawrence Communications ("SLC") an injunction against Vodafone to restrain the offering/selling of smartphones.
Germany
21 Jun 2016
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Mannheim Regional Court Differs From Higher Regional Court Of Duesseldorf On Requirements For FRAND Offer
On 29 January 2016 the Mannheim Regional Court granted an injunction against HTC Germany for infringement of NTT DoCoMo's European patent EP 1 914 945, which was found to be essential for UMTS.
Germany
16 Jun 2016
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Mannheim Regional Court Rejects FRAND Defence In Its First Ruling On The Issue Following The CJEU Ruling In Huawei v ZTE
Deutsche Telekom raised a FRAND defence, based on a licence offer made by its supplier HTC that was (discussed below) dismissed.
Germany
16 Jun 2016
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The Use Of Images Or Names Of Public Figures In Advertising Without Their Consent
Sometimes companies use images or names of public figures in their advertising without seeking a license.
Germany
8 Dec 2015
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Higher Regional Court Karlsruhe Rules On The Enforcement Of An Injunction Against A Potential Infringer Of A Standard Essential Patent
At the time of the patent application, the patent applicant had offered to grant licenses to use its patent on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory ("FRAND") terms.
Germany
16 Jun 2015
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EU Antitrust Law: European Commission Adopts Revised Regime For Licenses And Other Technology Transfer Agreements
EU antitrust law plays a key role in the field of intellectual property licensing agreements which have an impact on the EU territory.
European Union
1 Aug 2014
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Two Interesting German Decisions On Internet Law
Over the course of the month of May, the German Federal Supreme Court rendered two important decisions in the area of internet law, shedding some light on issues that had remained unclear and widely discussed for some time.
Germany
24 Jun 2013
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Licensing, Up To Exhaustion
Software can be sold in the widest variety of formats, for example based on a data carrier, by transfer of a master copy on a data carrier, by online download, in OEM models or for online use (cloud computing, ASP, etc.).
Germany
15 Dec 2011
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Open Source Software: Hidden Risk In Mergers And Acquisitions
With ever greater frequency open source software is becoming a topic at corporate acquisitions, and not only where the sale or acquisition of software enterprises is concerned.
Germany
23 Aug 2011
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Google gets Thumbs up From German Court to use Small Picture Previews
The German Federal Supreme Court has ruled that Google could use and display a thumbnail preview of a picture taken from an artist’s web site, because she had not sent a signal to say that she objected to this.
Germany
19 May 2010
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Do You Need To Pay For Saying "DAX"?
A bank is entitled to use the name "DAX®" to communicate that its financial instrument is linked to the rate of the DAX.
Germany
 
29 Nov 2007
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Reform of European Pharmaceutical Legislation
It was only recently that the process of reforming European pharmaceutical legislation within the framework of European Commission proposal ‘Pharma Review 2001’ was finally completed, with the adoption of a pharmaceutical legislation package comprising a new Regulation (EC) No. 726/2004 and two amending Directives 2004/27/EC and 2004/28/EC by the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union on 17 December 2003 and 11 March 2004, respectively.
Germany
4 Aug 2004
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The Draft Block Exemption Regulation on Technology Transfer Agreements – Is the New Safe Harbor Less Safe?
On 1 October 2003, the European Commission published its draft block exemption Regulation on the application of Article 81(3) EC Treaty to technology transfer agreements1 ("Draft TTBER").
Germany
17 May 2004
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