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Blocking Injunctions and the Court's unlimited jurisdiction to make orders - Hugh Tomlinson QC

The recent “blocking injunction” decision of Mr Justice Arnold in Cartier International and Others v. BSkyB and others EWHC 3354 (Ch) has attracted considerable comment from intellectual property lawyers [1] but also contains a discussion of the Court’s jurisdiction to grant injunctions which is of general application and is potentially useful to media lawyers. 880 more words

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New role of ISPs combatting trade mark infringement

Fourteen years after the adoption of the Directive on Electronic Commerce of 8 June 2000, relating to the liability of the ISPs within the EU, the roles of ISPs have evolved significantly and they no longer work in a solely technical capacity. 942 more words

Trade Marks

How does IP help small companies grow?

Some companies think that investing in Intellectual Property isn’t right for them…. it’s something that the big boys do…  Wrong!  IP isn’t just for large companies with deep pockets.  143 more words

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Latvians expressed their concern about proposed tobacco goods packaging

Authors: Ruta Olmane, Latvian Trademark and Design Attorney, European Trademark and Design Attorney, Lawyer, at METIDA, First Vice President of the ECTA, Mykolas Jakutis… 520 more words

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