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Anchovy News, July / August 2021

This is the July/August edition of Anchovy News. Here you will find articles concerning ICANN, the domain name industry and the recuperation of domain names across the globe. In...

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CJEU opinion to German Courts on PDOs: if it says Champagne, it must taste like Champagne

A "Champagne Sorbet" may only bear the name "Champagne" if the taste of the sorbet is also essentially characterized by Champagne. After years of litigation up to the...

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Filesharing, copyright trolls and storage of traffic data to fight copyright infringement - a colourful bouquet from the CJEU
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In Mircom International Content Management & Consulting Limited v Telenet BVBA (Case C-597/19), a case involving peer-to-peer networks, the CJEU has ruled that the individual...

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Federal Circuit affirms GSK labeling carve-out ruling in favor of innovator

Earlier this month, in GlaxoSmithKline LLC v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc., a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) affirmed (2-1) upon rehearing its...

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EU General Court: Standardisation documents can enjoy copyright protection

The EU General Court (GC) recently ruled on copyright protection for standardisation documents, such as DIN (German Institute for Standardisation) documents. The GC ruled that, under...

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Germany: Federal Court of Justice confirms trademark protection for color of Lindt’s “Gold Bunny”

A small hop for chocolate bunnies, a big step for Swiss chocolate manufacturer Lindt & Sprüngli: The German Federal Court of Justice held that the particular shade of golden color...

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Advocate General says Article 17 DSM-Directive is in line with EU fundamental rights
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After a postponement of several months, Advocate General Saugmandsgaard Øe has now given his Opinion in the Polish annulment proceedings regarding Art. 17 EU Copyright in the Digital ...

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Sky v SkyKick: Sky gets its kicks as UK Court of Appeal finds broad trade mark specifications are not grounds for invalidity

The UK Court of Appeal has today given judgment in the long-running trade mark dispute between Sky and SkyKick, in one of the most important and keenly awaited trade mark decisions of the...

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Getting The Deal Through: Automotive 2021

For the fifth time, we have collaborated with Lexology to publish Getting the Deal Through: Automotive, our market overview of key issues in the automotive industry covering 19 countries....

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