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More flexibility to threaten IP proceedings in the UK under new Unjustified Threats legislation

Threatening proceedings for intellectual property right infringement can sometimes backfire. In relation to patents, trade marks and designs, there is a right to bring an action against the threatener by any person aggrieved by the threat, who may not necessarily … Continue reading

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Practice note for Practical Law IP&IT on Protecting Brands via Intermediaries

Our Practice Note commissioned by Practical Law IP&IT is a guide to the options available to brand owners when seeking to enforce their rights against intermediaries, such as ISPs, including website-blocking injunctions, take-down notices and domain-name seizures. Read the note … Continue reading

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CJEU rules that comparative advertising based on prices in shops of different sizes and formats may be unlawful and misleading in certain circumstances

Further to a reference from the Paris Court of Appeal in a case between Carrefour Hypermarchés SAS and ITM Alimentaire International SASU, the CJEU has issued its ruling on the lawfulness of comparative advertising focussing on the prices charged by … Continue reading

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