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The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) has held that online sales websites like Amazon that operate a “hybrid” business...
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When can a Standard Essential Patent (SEP) owner obtain an injunction against an infringer? The Court of Appeal clarifies in Optis v...
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As promised in its response to its Call for Views on AI and IP, the UKIPO has published a set of guidelines clarifying how it will...
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The UK is, and intends to remain, a leading start-up hub for the tech and other sectors. R&D tax reliefs play a key role in incentivising...
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Cyber risks, and the reputational fallout that might ensue, are not a new addition to the woes that keep IP practitioners up at night....
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SEPs and FRAND have been hot topics for a while and there are no signs of that changing any time soon. In the last couple of months alone...
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When you are ‘buying’ (in this case, licensing) software, you want to know the risks associated with the deal. One key risk is where you...
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In its recent study on IP and investment in AI, the UK Intellectual Property Office (“UKIPO”) considered the extent to which the UK’s IP...
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The UKIPO has published its response to its Call for Views on the UK’s designs system. Although the UKIPO has provided no firm policy...
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The UKIPO has published its response to its consultation on AI and IP. Whilst the Government has decided not to make any changes to...
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Ever since Facebook rebranded as “Meta”, everyone has been talking about the Metaverse. But what exactly is it (or could it be) and what...
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The Court of Appeal has reversed the High Court’s decision in Lifestyle Equities v Amazon, finding that Amazon.com’s advertisements,...
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On 6 April, the High Court held that Ed Sheeran’s smash hit, Shape of You, did not infringe the musical copyright in Sami Chokri’s song...
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On 24 March 2022, the Court of Justice of the EU handed down its decision in the snappily-named case Austro-Mechana Gesellschaft zur...
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The Killers, in their song ‘Human’, ponder whether human tendencies hold us back when opportunity presents itself.  So too, the UK...
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Alanis Morissette suggested as much in her iconic song ‘You Oughta Know’. But what happens when you have won a competitive tender, done a...