- IP weekly highlights—14 October 2021
- In this issue:
- Copyright & associated rights
- Court of Justice—licensee may decompile a computer program to correct errors even when restricted by licence (Top System SA v Belgium)
- Availability of injunctive relief in SEP disputes (Optis Cellular Technology v Apple Retail)
- Trade marks/passing off
- UAE accedes to Madrid Protocol
- Daily and weekly news alerts
- New and updated content
- Updated Practice Notes
- Updated Precedents
- Dates for your diary
- Useful information
This week's edition of IP weekly highlights includes analysis of Top System SA v Belgium in which the Court of Justice held that licensees are able to decompile a licensed computer program, to the extent decompilation is necessary to correct errors within the program, the case of Optis Cellular Technology v Apple Retail which considered the extent of an implementer’s obligation to commit to enter into a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licence and an announcement from WIPO that the United Arab Emirates is joining the Madrid system for international trade mark registrations.
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