Thursday, March 21, 2019

Victory for Google confirms US-style “opt-out” class actions are still beyond...

The claim The representative action was brought by campaign group 'Google You Owe Us', led by Richard Lloyd, the former executive director of Which?...

Government warns of new regulatory landscape for UK-based broadcasters and video-on-demand...

In fact, even in the event of a deal the UK government notice repeats previous suggestions that audio-visual media services won't be covered by...

News in Today: European Parliament adopts its position on Copyright Directive

Rights holders will be pleased as the Directive is intended to strengthen their ability to negotiate royalty payments from online platforms that use their...

German Federal Court of Justice: no liability as an intermediary for...

According to the press release by the Court, the Court held that WLAN account holders are not liable as an intermediary but can be...

Do social media accounts pass to heirs?

In 2012, a teenager, who was 15 years old at that time, died in an underground train accident. It was suspected that the teenager...

Restrictive covenants in M&A; protecting the goodwill of your business

Such covenants are designed to prevent the sellers from forming or working in a competitive business that may diminish the goodwill and know-how of...

Naruto the Macaque’s 3 year legal journey has come to an...

The story starts seven years ago, on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi, where the wildlife photographer David Slater left his tripod unmanned in the...

What’s Trending in Media and Sport: EU Copyright Reform

2018 is going to be a big year for the Copyright Directive and Phil Sherrell discusses where it stands now and the controversial areas...

Advertising wellness: How far is too far?

Wellness on the rise Wellness – the industry based on the "pursuit of enhancing personal well-being" – has in the last decade emerged as...

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