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ECJ Clarifies Interpretation Of Consumer Sales And Guarantees Directive
Accordingly, the ECJ favours the performance of the contract instead, rescission should be considered as a solution of last resort.
European Union
11 Jul 2019
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Advocate General Szpunar Delivers Opinion On Cookie Consent
The case concerned an online lottery organised by the defendant Planet49.
European Union
10 Jul 2019
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General Court Dismisses Qualcomm's Appeal Against Commission's Late Request For Information
On 9 April 2019, the General Court dismissed the appeal lodged by Qualcomm against the Commission's decision of 31 March 2017 requesting information in the context of an investigation against Qualcomm ...
European Union
23 May 2019
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Court Of Appeal Overturns CAT In Landmark Collective Action Against Mastercard
On 16 April 2019, the UK Court of Appeal ruled that the Competition Appeal Tribunal ("CAT") had incorrectly refused to certify a major collective action brought against Mastercard.
UK
23 May 2019
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Council Of State Issues Opinion On Supreme Court's (In)Ability To Review Brussels International Business Court Judgments
On 28 February 2019, the Council of State (Raad van State/Conseil d'État) issued an opinion on the amendment to the bill for the creation of the Brussels International Business Court (the "BIBC")...
Belgium
20 May 2019
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The Hague Court Of Appeal Rules On Lawfulness Of Dawn Raids
It upheld the ruling by the District Court of The Hague of 10 October 2018.
Netherlands
15 May 2019
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Court Of Justice Provides Guidance On The Duty Of Recovery In Case Of Non-Compliance With Block Exemption Regulation
Finally, the ECJ reaffirmed that insofar as national authorities are required to order the recovery of unlawful aid, they must also claim interest from the beneficiary.
European Union
10 May 2019
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Court Of Justice Of European Union Sets Aside General Court Judgments Granting Damages For Excessively Long Judicial Proceedings
On 13 December 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered three judgments on separate appeals brought against judgments of the General Court by Gascogne Sack Deutschland ("Gascogne"), Kendrion and Plasticos Españoles ...
European Union
25 Feb 2019
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Heat Stabilisers Cartel Case – Calculation Of The Fine: Principle Of Equal Treatment
On 18 October 2018, the General Court upheld an appeal lodged by the GEA group against the European Commission's readopted decision in the heat stabilisers cartel case and annulled the Commission's decision ...
European Union
28 Nov 2018
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ECJ Confirms Validity Of Broadly-Worded Jurisdiction Clauses In Article 102 Damages Actions
On 24 October 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued a judgment concerning the interpretation of Article 23 of Council Regulation No. 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement ...
European Union
28 Nov 2018
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English Court Of Appeal Delivers Judgment In FRAND Royalty Case
On 23 October 2018, the English Court of Appeal issued a judgment in a licence dispute involving Standard Essential Patents pitting Unwired Planet, a US-based patent assertion entity, against Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications company.
UK
28 Nov 2018
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United Kingdom Surveillance Fails To Protect Privacy And Provides Insufficient Safeguards For Freedom Of Expression
Article 8 of the Convention protects an individual's right to respect for private and family life both at home and in correspondence.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
13
Brussels Court Of Appeal Holds That Leonidas Infringed Longchamp's Copyright On Le Pliage Handbag
On 26 July 2018, the Brussels Court of Appeal confirmed the judgment of the Brussels Commercial Court of 25 October 2017 on whether Longchamp, owned by the Jean Cassegrain company, had a copyright ...
Belgium
7 Nov 2018
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Sport Direct's Use Of Trade Name And Website Causes Damage To Sportsdirect.com
In a judgment of 26 June 2018, the Brussels Court of Appeal held that, by using its trade name "Sport Direct" and its website sportdirect.com for Belgian customers, Sport Direct BV was causing damage ...
Belgium
7 Nov 2018
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3-D Pattern Covering Soles Of Birkenstock Shoes Cannot Be Protected As Figurative Mark
On 13 September 2018, the ECJ held in Case C-26/17P, Birkenstock v. EUIPO, that Birkenstock's pattern of wavy lines crisscrossing at right angles in a repetitive sequence could not be protected as a figurative mark.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
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EFTA Court Judgment On Limitation Period For Damages Claims
The EFTA Court found that the principle of equivalence dictates that national procedural law must remain neutral in relation to the origin of the rights invoked.
European Union
7 Nov 2018
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Debranding And Rebranding Imported Products Constitutes Trade Mark Infringement
On 25 July 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union held in case C-129/17, Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha Ltd & MCFE BV v. Duma Forklifts NV and GSI International BVBA, that the debranding and rebranding ...
European Union
8 Oct 2018
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Court Of Justice Of European Union Clarifies Concept Of "Misleading Omission" With Respect To Energy Classification Labelling Of Vacuum Cleaners
On 25 July 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union handed down its judgment concerning energy labels in a case involving Dyson and BSH (ECJ, 25 July 2018, Case C-632/16, Dyson Ltd and Dyson BV v. BSH Home Appliances NV).
European Union
5 Oct 2018
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Belgian Supreme Court Confirms That Joint Lobbying Activities Do Not Constitute Restriction Of Competition
On 22 June 2018, the Belgian Supreme Court confirmed an earlier judgment of the Brussels Court of Appeal annulling a decision of the Belgian Competition Authority that imposed a fine on a group of cement companies ...
Belgium
30 Sep 2018
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German Court Applies Criteria Set By The ECJ In Coty
On 12 July 2018, the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt handed down its judgment in a dispute between Coty Germany GmbH, a supplier of cosmetics, and Parfümerie Akzente, a member of its selective distribution system.
European Union
24 Sep 2018
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