Whilst political uncertainty may have businesses’ attention fixed, the Hogan Lovells Global Survey on Digital Regulation: ‘A Turning Point for Tech’ suggests that tech companies should be looking elsewhere. During yesterday’s launch at Hogan Lovells’ London Office, editor of the survey, Falk Schoening uncovered the 452 digital regulations that had been proposed across 16 jurisdictions in just six months of … Continue Reading
On 22 October 2014, Fleur Pellerin, the French minister of culture and communication presented a proposal for a law adapting French law to EU law in the field of copyright and cultural heritage (the “Proposal”).
The European Commission published a press release announcing a reform of the European trade mark regime, amending both the European directive n°2008/95/EC to approximate the laws of the Member States relating to trade marks and the regulation n°207/2009 on the Community trade mark (I). One of the key issues dealt by these proposals relates to goods in transit (II).
I. … Continue Reading