Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Did the last week of IPKat pass you by? Here is the 110th edition of Never Too Late with what you missed.
The InfoSoc Directive was found to introduce changes allowing graduated response systems as a form of injunction - independently of a finding of their liability, said Hogan J in Sony Music Entertainment Ireland Ltd & Ors v UPC Communications Ireland Ltd. Eleonora Rosati explains the judgment and its place in the context of EU law.
* Wednesday Whimsies
New EUIPO research on infringing business models, ITMA's Autumn seminar, UNION-IP events and more...
Andy Lee brings us an example of paying non-monetary issue fees (in relation to infringement) in practice, in this guest post.
The US Supreme Court refused to review a big case concerning patentability of a diagnostic method - but on the bright side the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit may have just cleared up some uncertainty to the Alice/Mayo test. Mike Mireles explains all.
* After the split: so is it HP, Hewlett Packard, Hewlett Packard Enterprise or what?
Neil Wilkof ponders the legacy of brands following a corporate split or acquisition.
PREVIOUSLY ON NEVER TOO LATE
Never too late 109 [week ending on Sunday 17 August] EPLAW mock trials | CJEU "flat rate" reimbursement of legal fees in C-57/15 | Transmission or retransmission? | Judgement in Actavis v ICOS | Collective management of copyright for images displayed by search engines | Corporates and #Rio2016 | Global branding
Never too late 108 [week ending on Sunday 10 August] Limerick Competition - the results | UK finally speaks out about the "facts" of IP post Brexit| Is "Deadwood really cluttering up trade mark registers? | Weekly roundup: Friday Fun
Never too late 107 [week ending on Sunday 31 July] Article 28 declarations |Costs of ISP blocking injunctions |Friday Fantasies, featuring legal challenges to Brexit and more |Huawei v Samsung |Hospira v Genentech |Questions on Article 3(b) SPC referred to CJEU |Book Review: Trade Secret Protection |Pokémon Go
Never too late 106 [week ending on Sunday 24 July] | Innovation & IPRs in China & India: Book Review | Paris Tribunal rejects request to filter 'torrent' searches on Bing | Red colour mark reinstated in Germany | Update on Napp v Dr Reddy & Sandoz Litgation | Patent jurisdiction tussle in Rhodia v Molycorp | Decision on ISP liability from Rome | Copyright in the Animal Kingdom