2 March 2015
The government has agreed to implement Law Commission proposals to reduce the damage done by ‘trolls’ threatening to sue for alleged patent or trademark infringement.
The announcement was made in a statement to the House of Lords by Lady Neville-Rolfe, minister for intellectual property.
Strasbourg court finds that police and courts failed to carry out a balancing exercise on article 8 and 10 rights.
Reform ‘may be required’ in face of competition from overseas jurisdictions.
Commission encourages the market to anticipate and cater for potential uncertainties around self-executing contracts.
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