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Filter Future? Updates on the Copyright Directive and Platform Liability

Recent developments at the CJEU give some shape to the practical implications of Article 17 of the Copyright Directive. By Jean-Luc Juhan, Susan Kempe-Mueller, Deborah Kirk, Elva Cullen, Alex Park, Pia Sophie Sösemann, Victoria Wan, and Amy Smyth 7 June 2021 was the implementation deadline for the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive (EU) … Continue Reading

VG Bild-Kunst: Practical implications of the CJEU’s latest decision on linking and framing

This recent CJEU decision raises a number of considerations for content rights holders and for those seeking to link to content online, across both the EU and the UK By Deborah Kirk, Luke Vaz, and Amy Smyth Under UK and European laws, the rights of copyright holders include the right to restrict or prohibit reproduction … Continue Reading

CJEU Offers Improved Protection for Luxury Goods in Coty Ruling

By Jonathan Parker and Calum Warren Summary The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has handed down its much-anticipated judgment in Case C-230/16 Coty Germany GmbH v Parfümerie Akzente GmbH (Coty). The case concerns the legality of a prohibition of sales on third-party platforms discernible to the public within Coty Germany’s selective distribution … Continue Reading
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