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Brussels Court Of First Instance Holds That Internet Service Providers Should Not Pay Copyright Fees
On 13 March 2015, the Brussels Court of First Instance (Rechtbank van Eerste Aanleg / Tribunal de Première Instance) found that internet service providers ("ISPs") should not pay copyright fees ...
Belgium
15 Apr 2015
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ECJ: Live Broadcasts Not Amount To Making Available; National Laws May Give Broader Protection To Broadcasters
The "making available to the public" right forms part of the broader concept of "communication to the public".
European Union
15 Apr 2015
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ECJ On Payment Of Resale Right
On 26 February 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("ECJ") answered a preliminary question from the French Supreme Court in Christie's France SNC ("Christie's") v Syndicat national des antiquaires ("SNA").
European Union
15 Apr 2015
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Brussels Court Of Appeal Rejects Damages Claim Of NMBS/SNCB Against Electrabel For Abuse Of Dominance
In the framework of the European emission trading system, companies are required to cover all their emissions of greenhouse gasses by emission allowances.
Belgium
14 Apr 2015
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Brussels Commercial Court Exclusively Competent To Hear Patent Cases
The Commercial Court of Liège (the "Liège Court") applied the new territorial jurisdiction rules for patent cases and referred an action for annulment to the Brussels Commercial Court.
Belgium
14 Apr 2015
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ECJ Provides Guidance On Parallel Imports From New Member States
The Court of Justice of the European Union issued a judgment interpreting the Specific Mechanism for parallel importation of pharmaceutical products from new EU Member States shortly after their accession to the EU.
European Union
13 Mar 2015
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Antwerp Court Issues Cease And Desist Order Against Luc Tuymans
The painting at issue portraits Jean-Marie Dedecker, a Belgian politician, after he had suffered a heavy defeat at the ballots.
Belgium
12 Mar 2015
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ECJ Clarifies Concept Of "Human Embryo" Within Meaning Of Biotech Directive
In the facts underlying the case at hand, ISCC sought to register two UK patents relating to unfertilized human ova which have been stimulated to divide in the absence of sperm.
European Union
5 Feb 2015
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