Keyword advertising raises interesting questions beyond the run-of-the-mill trademark infringement and unfair competition issues typically discussed. For instance, if a sponsored ad can be clicked in three separate countries, can the Courts of each of those countries take jurisdiction to hear and determine a dispute? The Court of Justice of the European Union has given [...]
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Further to my copyright post here, I’ve set out below a list of recent trade mark articles and quotes, with links where possible. A list of my recent copyright publications is here, and there’s a full list of all publications here. “National Use Neither Proves Nor Precludes Finding of Genuine Use of a Community Trade [...]
I haven’t been able to write here for some time, but I have been writing elsewhere. Here’s a list of my recent copyright articles, with links. A list of my recent trade mark publications is here, and there’s a full list of all publications here. “EU Court Ruling Chips Away At Software Copyrights,” quoted, Law [...]
Despite a flurry of comments about epic (even intergalactic) battles between good and evil, Lucasfilm’s copyright appeal against prop designer Andrew Ainsworth has been heard by the UK Supreme Court with very little media coverage. So, in case you missed it, here’s the scoop.