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Issue #2 2020

Issue #2 - 2020 Editorial The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has the world in a severe grip, with national measures in Europe ranging from lockdowns to less severe restrictions. The world is waiting for a vaccine, and a promising breakthrough was reached when Pfizer/BioNtech published its first results in November [...]

Issue #2 20202021-04-30T10:22:48+01:00

Interview with Lord Justice Arnold – Article from #2 2020

Interview with Lord Justice Arnold – By Riana Harvey and Alexandre Miura - Lord Justice Arnold is renowned in the UK and the EU for his judicial contributions to the field of intellectual property (IP), and currently sits as a Justice of Appeal in the England and [...]

Interview with Lord Justice Arnold – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:55:23+01:00

Copyright protection for public artworks in a digitalised world – a case study – Article from #2 2020

Copyright protection for public artworks in a digitalised world - By Carla Zachariasson and Anna Li - The growing digital landscape indeed imposes new questions and challenges for legislators and courts when adopting and adapting intellectual property law. For example, when artworks located in public outdoor spaces [...]

Copyright protection for public artworks in a digitalised world – a case study – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:55:12+01:00

Some similarity but not a minimum degree of similarity?: Are narrowly defined levels of abstraction in the similarity of goods-test contrary to EU trade mark law policy? – Article from #2 2020

Some similarity but not a minimum degree of similarity?: Are narrowly defined levels of abstraction in the similarity of goods-test contrary to EU trade mark law policy? – By Gustav Gierlöff – A minimum degree of similarity among goods (and services) is required for a global appreciation [...]

Some similarity but not a minimum degree of similarity?: Are narrowly defined levels of abstraction in the similarity of goods-test contrary to EU trade mark law policy? – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:55:02+01:00

Artificial Intelligence creates, invents … and challenges Intellectual Property Law – Article from #2 2020

Recent developments in technology are leading to the production of machines with the intellectual capacity to create and invent, just like humans. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is challenging copyright and patent law, as the actual author and inventor is no longer a natural person, but a machine. This article focuses on creative and innovative outputs [...]

Artificial Intelligence creates, invents … and challenges Intellectual Property Law – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:56:18+01:00

Inclusive Rights of Copyleft – Article from #2 2020

The current legal climate does not yet provide sufficient clarity on the workings, limits and rights conferred through licences granted on Free Open Source Software (FOSS). Generally, copyright is accepted as applying to FOSS and therefore the granted licence; by contrast, whether patents on the computer implemented invention (CII) encompassed in the software are [...]

Inclusive Rights of Copyleft – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:56:24+01:00

IP IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT

IP In The Digital Environment We are delighted to invite you to our online conference: 'IP in the Digital Environment', to be held on Thursday 3 December 2020, from 14:30-16:30 CET.   The keynote address, entitled 'Website-Blocking Injunctions and Streaming Server-Blocking Injunctions: The State of the Art', will be delivered [...]

IP IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT2021-04-25T12:21:25+01:00
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