Tag: Infringement

Court decisions highlight challenges using copyright to protect designs in Denmark

Two eagerly-awaited decisions from the Danish courts serve as a reminder that registered design rights offer greater protection over

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Upcoming amendments to China’s Copyright Law

Long-awaited amendments to China’s Copyright Law introduce punitive damages for the first time, provide greater powers to the authorities

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Punitive damages case appears in list of top 10 IP cases from China’s Supreme People’s Court

On April 21, 2020, China’s Supreme People’s Court released a list of the top 10 intellectual property law cases

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Protecting against digital trademark infringement

Over the past few years, digitalisation has brought immense business opportunities with new commerce concepts and marketing possibilities constantly

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China’s upcoming amendments to the Patent Law include punitive damages

Last year saw a wave of legislative activity in China. The effects are being felt as different pieces of

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EUIPO figures reveal that trademark infringement is an expensive business in Denmark

The 2019 Status Report on IPR Infringement from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) reveals that the annual sales lost

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AMS Neve vs. Heritage Audio: What does the CJEU ruling mean for online infringement cases?

EU-trademark owners receive much needed clarity on jurisdiction in online infringement cases The internet’s boundless nature provides EU-trademark owners

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Beijing High Court rejects Thermos’ appeal in invalidation proceedings

Over a decade ago, a Chinese company filed for the mark TILIR THERMO VOGUE in Class 21 for use

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Danish court rules on first case since 1925 which establishes indirect patent infringement

The rule on indirect infringement has been part of The Patents Act in Denmark for over 40 years. During

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What export waivers mean for European Supplementary Protection Certificates

Louise Jonshammar takes a closer look at the final mandate surrounding export waivers for European Supplementary Protection Certificates, what

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