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The dispute between the Shetland News and the Shetland Times over
the copyright implications of links between Web sites has settled.
Domain name success
Marks & Spencer, Sainsburys and British Telecom were among a number
of household names which brought and won a landmark case against
Domain name launch
The domain name system was to have been greatly expanded and
re-organised this spring. Seven new top level domains were proposed
A person threatened with legal proceedings for some types of
intellectual property infringement may turn the tables on the
complainant by launching a...
Honest practices...whisky labelling
The concept of "honest practices" is relevant not only to
comparative advertising, but also to various defences...
Silhouette International Schmeid v Hartlauer
The Advocate General has given his opinion in an important case
involving exhaustion of rights which could...
Loendersloot v Ballantine
Ballantine, the Scotch whisky makers, complained about the
activities of parallel importers which they contended infringed
Parfums Christian Dior v Evora BV
This case involved a dispute between the fine fragrance
manufacturers Christian Dior and Evora, a chain of chemist...
Sabel BV v Puma AG
The ECJ clarified the meaning of "likelihood of confusion" for the
purposes of infringement under the European Directive which
Community Trade Marks
The first Community Trade Marks were granted in September 1997,
nearly 18 months after applications were first accepted in April
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