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Friday, 6 February 2004

MORE REPORTED CASES

The January 2004 issue of Butterworths’ subscription-only Intellectual Property and Technology Cases has finally emerged. Apart from the House of Lords decision in Wainwright v Home Office (no right of privacy even after the coming into force of the Human Rights Act 1998), the issue covers the Court of Appeal decisions in Inter Lotto v Camelot (on the trade mark/passing off interface) and FA Premier League v Panini (whether logos on footballers’ shirts are “incidentally included” in photos of footballers who wear them) and lots more besides. All IP&T cases come fully equipped with comprehensive headnotes; they are available to subscribers both online and in printed form.

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