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Using Open Source and Creative Commons Licences - CL-IPs #2
CL-IPs is an educational YouTube series made by the law firm Mayer Brown International. The goal of the series is to help online content producers understand legal issues in the field of intellectual property and technology.
UK
16 May 2016
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UK Audit Rights Should Reflect The Relationship Between Customer And Service Provider
A recent English High Court Decision is a useful reminder that audit provisions are not always standard form "boiler plate" provisions which can be adopted in a uniform way across a variety of licensing or outsourcing arrangements.
UK
23 Mar 2015
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Rights In Data – Football Dataco Case Goes To UK Court Of Appeal
The long-running Football Dataco case, relating to rights in data and infringement on the internet, has now reached the UK Court of Appeal.
UK
19 Mar 2013
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Software Copyright - New Developments In The UK
The UK Courts have recently decided a high-profile software copyright case, following clarification on some key issues from the European Court.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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Major Changes In The Pipeline For EU Rules On Technology Licensing
The European Commission has moved a step closer to adopting tougher anti-trust rules on technology licensing and has launched a public consultation on these.
UK
27 Feb 2013
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Intellectual Property & Life Sciences 2013: Legal Developments You Need To Know About
This is a short guide to some of the key legal developments for intellectual property in the life sciences sector in 2013.
European Union
25 Jan 2013
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When Is A Software License Transferable Even If It Says It’s Nontransferable?
Software companies cannot prevent the sale of "second-hand" software licenses where those licenses are for a one-off fee and an unlimited period. Clauses in these licenses stating that they are nontransferable will not be enforceable.
UK
3 Jan 2013
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When Is A Software License Transferable Even If It Says It Is Non-Transferable?
Second-hand software licences and the European Court’s judgment in UsedSoft v Oracle.
Worldwide
21 Aug 2012
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Standards: Is Failure to License on FRAND Terms a Breach of EU Competition Rules?
EU competition law as it relates to licensing of intellectual property rights.
European Union
11 Jun 2012
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The European Court of Justice Rules on How Far Copyright Extends in Computer Programs
On 2 May 2012 the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union published its decision in SAS Institute Inc v World Programming Ltd (Case C-406-1) ruling on the extent of copyright infringement claims over ideas and procedures.
UK
9 May 2012
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10 Things That Those Looking to the UK as a Location for R&D and Commercialisation Should Know About the Patent Box Proposal
On 6 December 2011, the UK Government released draft legislation detailing its proposal to introduce from 1 April 2013 an optional preferential regime providing for a reduced 10% UK corporation tax rate for profits arising from patents (and other limited forms of qualifying IP, such as rights pertaining to the regulatory data protection granted to new pharmaceuticals and agrochemical products and plant variety rights).
UK
9 Feb 2012
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UK Government Responds To The Hargreaves Review
The Government has released its response to the Hargreaves Review (an analysis of our current IP regime commissioned by the Government, discussed in our earlier client alert "Fit for the internet age? The Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property and Growth").
UK
10 Aug 2011
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Professions Legal Update
We believe all professional firms, of whatever size, that are not companies, are going to have to address some fundamental constitutional issues within the next three years. This article explains why.
UK
7 Jun 2004
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