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Dillon Eustace
Recently, the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (the "EU Copyright Directive") was approved by a narrow majority of the EU Parliament. The EU Copyright Directive is designed
Matheson
Intellectual property law is essential to protecting a food business in a competitive market. A food business should have a clear understanding of the intellectual property rights available to protect its market position.
Mason Hayes & Curran
On 5 July 2018 627 of 751 members of the European Parliament voted on the proposed Copyright Directive, with 318 voting to reject articles 11 and 13, the link tax and upload filters, respectively.
O'Gradys Solicitors
Business or trading income comprising active income.
Cruickshank
The UK's decision to withdraw from the European Union is one which has created much uncertainty and brings with it changes to intellectual property rights, not just in the UK but throughout Europe.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed that business owners who offer free Wi-Fi are not responsible for copyright infringement carried out by customers using their service.
Ireland
Arthur Cox
The High Court of England and Wales has recently examined the enforcement options for protecting the right to collect and process live betting data for horseracing.
Arthur Cox
On 26 June 2019, the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2018 (the "Act") was signed into law by the President
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Advocate General Szpunar (the "AG") of the Court of Justice ("CJEU") has stated in a noteworthy opinion that the E-Commerce Directive1 (the "Directive") does not preclude host providers from being ordered,
Maples Group
In the first edition of Global Legal Insights' guide on AI, Machine Learning & Big Data, Kevin Harnett and Victor Timon provide an overview of AI and the laws and regulations in Ireland.
Arthur Cox
The proposed Directive contains a new press publishers' right and imposes enhanced obligations on online content sharing service providers ...
Arthur Cox
ISPs in the UK no longer have to shoulder the cost of implementing online blocking orders.
Arthur Cox
In any construction project, there will be multiple parties with an interest in the works to be constructed, who have no contractual nexus with some or all of the parties responsible...
Arthur Cox
The evolution of digital technologies and proliferation of mobile devices have transformed how content is created, distributed and consumed.
Maples Group
Ireland is a leading location for the development, exploitation and management of intellectual property ("IP").
Mason Hayes & Curran
The trend of IP enforcement continues with almost all sectors experiencing some activity. Combined with this, we explore some other interesting developments.
Arthur Cox
Under Irish law, copyright protection for artistic works lasts for 70 years after the death of the author.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The initial acquirer of a copy of software, in some circumstances, may resell that copy and his licence to a new acquirer.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Whether or not the public lending of e-books is treated, in EU copyright law, in the same manner as the public lending of traditional books has been a relatively contentious topic among EU Member States.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In May 2016, the European Commission published proposals to prevent companies and online retailers, who sell in or into the EU, from engaging in ‘geo-blocking' and other geographical restrictions.
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