For the half-year to 31 December 2015, the IPKat's regular team is supplemented by contributions from guest bloggers Jani Ihalainen, Nikos Prentoulis and Mark Schweizer.

Birgit Clark is on Sabbatical till the end of the year

Regular round-ups of the previous week's blogposts are kindly compiled by Alberto Bellan.

Friday, 11 March 2005


Sweet & Maxwell's European Commercial Cases have never before been mentioned on this blog, but they are from time to time a useful research resource for anyone who is trying to track down English-language decisions from non-English speaking national courts. Part I of the ECC for 2005 is s case in point: it carries an English version of the extremely short but to-the-point judgment of the Cour de Cassation, France, in Banque de France v Editions Catherine Audval -- a 2002 decision that banknotes are NOT intelledtual property (unlike the position in some other jurisdictions).

The ECC used to look like this, before it got its recent makeover,
but Sweet & Maxwell's website hasn't been updated yet ...

No comments:

Subscribe to the IPKat's posts by email here

Just pop your email address into the box and click 'Subscribe':