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Commission Opens Formal Investigations Into Licensing And Distribution Practices
The investigations concern the licensing and distribution of merchandising products.
European Union
6 Jul 2017
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Flight From Fortress Europe?
On the 23rd of June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom will decide whether or not to remain within the European Union.
UK
21 Jul 2016
3
Netflix Plans To Crackdown On Access To Geo-Restricted Content
On 14 January 2016, vice president of Content Delivery Architecture at Netflix, David Fullagar, announced that "while the company would continue to break down borders in order to offer content to the broadest possible audience...
UK
16 Mar 2016
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Star Wars - May The IP Be With You
You must have been living in a different galaxy if you weren't somehow swept up in Star Wars mania over the Christmas holidays
UK
18 Jan 2016
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Analysing Territorial Rights Licensing In The EU
The European Commission has identified copyright protection as an area in need of reform and has put forward plans to do so by the end of 2015.
UK
12 Nov 2015
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The Final Score On Football Law
Last Tuesday came the news that Sky and BT had been awarded the latest domestic rights to show live Premier League matches for three years from the 16-17 season onwards.
UK
25 Feb 2015
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Got Got, Need Need! Competition For World Cup Stickers
A report this week suggesting that it would cost the average consumer more than £450 to complete the 640 space sticker album came as a shock.
UK
25 Jul 2014
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Licensing Technology
Granting a licence of technology IPR (patent, know-how, software) is not invariably compatible with the EU's competition rules.
European Union
25 Apr 2014
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When Two Worlds Collide: The Oracle And Google Dispute
The dispute between Google and Oracle, over whether Java application programming interfaces (APIs) can be copyrighted, continues.
United States
30 Oct 2013
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What Is FRAND?
FRAND is the acronym for fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory, and it generally arises in antitrust cases where an owner of intellectual property rights refuses to grant a licence or refuses to grant a licence on FRAND terms.
UK
29 Aug 2013
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