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Targeting Online Risk

In our latest publication in our Future of Consumer series on issues facing the Consumer sector, we look at some of the online risks threatening businesses today. We examine the options available to tackle IP infringements online, such as the sale of … Continue reading

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Innovation Disruption and Technology – the legal and commercial issues for your business

Drawing on our practitioners’ experience and understanding of the intellectual property and technology issues facing our clients in the fast changing world in which we all now do business, we made innovation and disruptive technology the key themes at our … Continue reading

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Unlawful streaming is as infringing as unlawful downloads – Further guidance from the CJEU on “communication to the public”

The CJEU has issued its ruling in Filmspeler that the sale of a multimedia player specifically configured to link to websites on which protected works are made available to internet users, without the consent of the copyright holders, is a … Continue reading

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High Court orders ISPs to block their customers from receiving unauthorised streaming of Premier League football matches

Following on from a number of decisions in which internet service providers (ISPs) were ordered to block their customers from accessing websites whose content infringed the rights of intellectual property owners, the High Court has granted an order sought by … 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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Free Wi-Fi providers: more than mere conduits?

The effect of the European Court of Justice’s ruling in McFadden v Sony appears to be that providers of free wifi will need to password protect their services and require users to identify themselves if they wish to avoid liability (C-484/14).  … Continue reading

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Brands force ISPs to block sites selling infringing goods and counterfeits

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the English courts have jurisdiction to make blocking orders against internet service providers ("ISPs") in the trade mark context, as well as in respect of copyright works. In Cartier, Montblanc and Richemont v … Continue reading

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