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4 Jun 2010, 5:55 am
The May 2010 programme (now online) covers, inter alia, (i) a failed attempt to use the tort of causing unfair harm by unlawful means, where there was no IP to rely on; (ii) the Advocate General finding levies on equipment and media incompatible with the Information Society Directive; (iii) a replica of Henry the vacuum cleaner that infringed no design rights but fell foul of passing-off law; (iv) the EPO's Enlarged Board of Appeal rejecting the referral of questions about… [read post]
4 Oct 2014, 12:09 pm by Schachtman
Since 1663, the Royal Society has sported the motto:  “Nullius in verba,” on no one’s authority. [read post]
25 Feb 2011, 2:06 am by Ray Dowd
As room was not made for the authorized reproduction of copyrighted content within this newly formulated statutory right, the courts created a doctrine of "fair abridgment" in Gyles v Wilcox, which eventually evolved into the modern concept of "fair use," that recognized the utility of such actions. [read post]