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EU regulators charge Visa Europe over credit card fees

European Commission Press Release

Article Date: 31-07-2012
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  European Commission Press release Brussels, 31 July 2012   Antitrust: Commission sends supplementary statement of objections to Visa The European Commission has informed Visa of additional concerns about possible violations of EU antitrust rules concerning multil... [Read All]

ALTALEX LAUNCHES AN ONLINE COMMUNITY OF EUROPEAN LAWYERS

Altalex expands its horizons to the European Union

Article Date: 26-07-2012
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Altalex.com, the most visited legal information website in Italy, is launching today the website Altalex.eu, the first Online Community of European Lawyers. Altalex.eu is an online publishing initiative which has as its objective the diffusion of European private law in the european countries.... [Read All]

New small-claims service for IP claims

Article Date: 15-07-2012
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From Pini Franco LLP's blog - Comments (0)
The government has announced that it will be introducing a small-claims track for Intellectual Property cases in the Patents County Court. The Hargreaves Review recommended that this measure be taken, reporting that some 17% of small and medium sized enterprises had given up attempting to enforce ... [Read All]

Plenty more fish, but no customers

Article Date: 01-05-2012
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Plenty More LLP began an online dating service in 2006. In 2007 they applied for a figurative trade mark incorporating the words ‘Plenty More Fish’. Canadian company Plentyoffish Media Inc opposed registration of the trade mark above, stating that they had acquired goodwill in the name.... [Read All]

Online publication: ECJ ruling on jurisdiction

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Q: What connects princess of pop Kylie Minogue with the German brothers found guilty of murdering a well-known actor in the 90s? A: The latest ECJ ruling on jurisdiction and choice of law in relation to the publication of harmful information on the internet. The joint cases both related to harmful... [Read All]

Cadbury - the Purple One

Article Date: 04-07-2012
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Do you think you could recognise a Cadbury chocolate bar from the colour of the packaging alone? 44% of people made the association with no further prompting, according to a study presented to the Intellectual Property Office. As a result of this familiarity, Cadbury has been allowed to lay claim t... [Read All]
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