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Publications: Understanding Injunctions in European Patent Law
by Prof. Dr. Lea Tochtermann of Mannheim University. This 4iP Council webinar presented the legal basis for the current discussion on proportionality within TRIPS, European law as well as in selected European jurisdictions, focusing on Germany. It provides an outlook on whether the demand for legislative action is justified. The slides provide an understanding of the legal background for the proportionality discussion within TRIPS, European law and selected European jurisdictions and perspective on the proportionality discussion and its implications concerning the patent system as a whole.
Publications: Unwired Planet v Huawei: the UK Court of Appeal’s judgment. Webinar slides presented by the Rt. Hon. Sir Robin Jacob and Richard Vary
This webinar took place on 13 February 2019 and offered a summary of this significant court decision, detail on the contract law basis for FRAND and a discussion on the jurisdiction issues surrounding a national court determining global FRAND rates.
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4iP News: Webinar on the UK Court of Appeal ruling on Unwired Planet v Huawei - slides now available
The Rt. Hon. Sir Robin Jacob and Richard Vary's webinar presentation today on the recent UK Court of Appeal ruling Huawei v Unwired Planet is now available for download.
Research: What is artificial intelligence and why does it matter for Copyright
by Anastasiya Kiseleva, LL.M. student at Leibniz Universität Hannover in Germany.
The main purpose of this article is to show the importance of understanding of nature and features of artificial intelligence (AI) in order to be able to effectively address legal issues posed by AI in the copyright area.
Research: Blockchain and Copyright Issues
by Maximilian Kiemle, LL.M. student at KU Leuven in Belgium.
This paper examines the use of blockchain-based copyright registries. It highlights associated issues and explores the viability of a number of legal and technical responses.