Online Enforcement: No more personal data in the WHOIS - more difficult identification of infringers (Part 2)
This two-part article comments on two recent changes in Swiss law with relevance for the prosecution of online infringements.
The United Kingdom (UK) ceased to be part of the European Union (EU) on 1 February 2020.
Online Enforcement: This article comments on the Swiss bill regarding the introduction of a simplified procedure for the destruction of counterfeits contained in small parcels.
The trade with counterfeits is increasingly taking place online and in small quantities – pitfalls in the defence against the import of counterfeits.
Online infringements of IP rights are growing in Switzerland and the EU. We explain how EUIPO and IPI are combating online counterfeiting and piracy
Why was Neymar able to transfer to Paris Saint-Germain for 222 million euros last summer, against the will of FC Barcelona, and thus get out of an ongoing employment contract? This article highlights what a transfer fee legally is, and how Financial Fair Play could help.
E-sports is not as far away from recognition as a sport, as one would believe. This article highlights the questions regarding governance, IP rights and cheating in e-Sports.
With Ambush Marketing, a third party other than the organizer or sponsor, uses the popularity of a major event in its own advertising. This article shows the essential rules for such references.