DATABASE RULINGS ON THE HORIZON ...


The IPKat has spotted that the four hugely important rulings of the European Court of Justice on database right are expected on Tuesday 9 November. The four cases are Case C-203/02 British Horseracing Board and Others and the three Fixtures Marketing cases, Cases C-46/02, C-338/02 and C-444/02 Fixtures Marketing respectively. The IPKat will bring you news of these cases as soon as they're available, together with links to the full text of the ECJ's ruling.

The controversial Database Directive here
Some comments on the Advocate General's Opinions here, here and here
IPKat comment: click here and scroll down to entry for 8 June 2004.
DATABASE RULINGS ON THE HORIZON ... DATABASE RULINGS ON THE HORIZON ... Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, October 24, 2004 Rating: 5

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