The newly approved EU copyright directive has been largely described as an encroachment on bargaining power of US tech giants like Google and Facebook vis-à-vis European publishers and copyright holders. In an article published by The Conversation (here), prof. Borghi explains why, in reality, the directive will benefit Internet giants more than publishers, creators and European… Read more »
EU IP Policy
In an opinion published today in The Conversation (here), Marc Mimler and Enrico Bonadio explain why the protection of geographical indications of origin is soon to become a hot issue in the negotiations on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU. Read the article here.
Public Lecture – Thursday 8 March 2018, 18:00, Room EB306
Public Lecture – Thursday 8 February 2018, 18:00, Room EB306
Back in 2016 CIPPM hosted a symposium on the effects of the withdrawal from the European Union on UK intellectual property law. Now that we have reached the turning point of the UK/EU negotiations not much clarity as yet been made on the future of IP in the UK – for instance on the fate… Read more »