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KluwerPatentBlog

20 Jan 2017
by Kluwer UPC News blogger

Dutch Supreme Court upholds immunity EPO in conflict with trade unions

The European Patent Office can invoke its immunity from jurisdiction of Dutch courts in its conflict with the EPO trade unions SUEPO and VEOB. The highest court in The Netherlands, the Hoge Raad, has ruled so today. The Supreme Court set aside a decision of the so-called Gerechtshof, which had ruled to the contrary in... Continue reading The post Dutch Supreme Court upholds immunity EPO in conflict with trade unions appeared first on Kluwer Patent Blog . …
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KluwerCopyrightBlog

17 Jan 2017
by Geert Lokhorst

GS Media in the National Courts: Fresh Issues on the meaning of ‘for profit’

Lower courts can give fresh insight into the adjudication taking place at the highest national and European courts. This is especially true for the recent GS Media case. The German and Dutch courts have created new food for thought on the meaning of placing a hyperlink ‘for profit’. The exact meaning of this notion is... Continue reading The post GS Media in the National Courts: Fresh Issues on the meaning of ‘for profit’ appeared first on Kluwer Copyright Blog . …

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