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Part 2: Software Licensing In Video Game Development – A Practical Guide
In Part 1 of this two-part article, we discussed the importance for studios to conduct a review of the technologies and software used in video games development.
UK
22 Oct 2019
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Part 1: Software Licensing In Video Game Development – A Practical Guide
The European Court of Justice in Nintendo Co Ltd and others v PC Box Srl, Case C-355/12 considered the intellectual property protections available ...
UK
22 Oct 2019
3
‘Fortnite' And Copyright Infringement
Developed and published by American video game and software development company Epic Games, the videogame Fortnite has been played by over 250 million players since its global launch
United States
22 Oct 2019
4
Waterfront's Christmas Themed Legal Trivia!
This Christmas the office has been divided into teams to compete in the ultimate Christmas themed legal trivia quiz! You can get involved via our Twitter page here.
UK
29 Jul 2019
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For Nando's And Fernando's: Independent Restaurant Accused Of Trade Mark Infringement
The restaurant chain for the aficionado of peri-peri chicken and enthusiasts of a spontaneous "cheeky" chicken meal is currently the subject of an IP dispute.
UK
26 Feb 2019
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Controversial Changes To Copyright Law
A new EU Copyright Directive is being proposed which could have important implications for commercial online platforms
European Union
19 Feb 2019
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The Risks Of Reposting Online Content: CJEU Rules On The Unauthorised Reposting Of Copyright Protected Works On The Internet
On 7 August 2018 the CJEU ruled that the unauthorised re-posting of a copyright protected work would be an act of communication to the public within Article 3(1) of the InfoSoc Directive (2001/29) (see: C-161/17 Cordoba).
European Union
23 Aug 2018
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For Nando's And Fernando's: Independent Restaurant Accused Of Trade Mark Infringement
The restaurant chain for the aficionado of peri-peri chicken and enthusiasts of a spontaneous "cheeky" chicken meal is currently the subject of an IP dispute.
UK
27 Apr 2018
9
For Nando's And Fernando's: Independent Restaurant Accused Of Trade Mark Infringement
The restaurant chain for the aficionado of peri-peri chicken and enthusiasts of a spontaneous "cheeky" chicken meal is currently the subject of an IP dispute.
UK
26 Mar 2018
10
Non-League Football Club Told To Stop Using Their Name And Initials
Dulwich Hamlet Football Club currently sit at the top of English football's seventh tier.
UK
13 Mar 2018
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Matthew Talks To The Law Society About The IP (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017
Intellectual Property policy adviser Lauren Rabaiotti discusses some of the main changes introduced by the IP (Unjustified Threats) Act with IP Law Committee member and Waterfront partner, Matthew Harris.
UK
15 Feb 2018
12
John Lewis Christmas Advert Accused Of Plagiarism By Children's Author
The John Lewis Christmas advert is perhaps one of the most highly anticipated Christmas adverts during the build up towards Christmas.
UK
29 Jan 2018
13
John Lewis Christmas Advert Accused Of Plagiarism By Children's Author
The John Lewis Christmas advert is perhaps one of the most highly anticipated Christmas adverts during the build up towards Christmas.
UK
15 Dec 2017
14
Europol Seeks To Raise Awareness Of ‘Intellectual Property Crime On The Darknet'
A recent press release by Europol (the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation) has highlighted the increasing threat arising from the sale of counterfeit goods on the Darknet.
UK
28 Nov 2017
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Europol Seeks To Raise Awareness Of ‘Intellectual Property Crime On The Darknet'
Europol seeks to raise awareness of ‘Intellectual Property Crime on the Darknet'
UK
23 Oct 2017
16
Trade Mark Law Update – The Pitfalls Of Using Someone Else's Trade Mark
Executive summary: if you need to refer to a third party trade mark as part of your promotional or marketing materials, make sure that such use is merely informative and not misleading.
UK
16 Oct 2017
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Trade Mark Law Update: Grey Market Goods
In good news for brand owners, the Supreme Court has decided that the distribution of grey market goods without the consent of the brand owner is a criminal offence.
UK
31 Aug 2017
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The Premier League Renews Its Battle With Illegal Streaming
On Friday night the Premier League returned with Arsenal beating Leicester 4-3 to temporarily propel themselves to the top of the 2017/18 table.
UK
24 Aug 2017
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‘Unjustified Threats' Protection Comes A Step Closer – Intellectual Property Bill Ready To Receive Royal Assent
In February this year, Matthew Harris spoke to the Law Society Gazette after the IP Bill was passed without amendments. It was reported as follows:
UK
23 Aug 2017
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Trade Mark Law Update – The Pitfalls Of Using Someone Else's Trade Mark
If you need to refer to a third party trade mark as part of your promotional or marketing materials, make sure that such use is merely informative and not misleading.
UK
23 Aug 2017
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