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AI is increasingly being used in developments and creations for a whole range of industries, from medical devices to climate change...
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On Thursday 29 April, the National Security and Investment Bill received Royal Assent and became law, ushering in what the government has...
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The recent settlement between Conversant and Daimler was noteworthy as it brings to an end a significant dispute between an NPE and an...
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The artist Sir Antony Gormley, most famous for designing the Angel of the North, has objected to the “misrepresentation” of some of his...
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The European Commission has published a Proposal for a Regulation on a European approach for Artificial Intelligence, described as “the...
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As part of its plans in the area of judicial cooperation in civil matters post-Brexit, the UK applied to join the Lugano Convention on...
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The recent judgment in Travelport Limited & others -v- Wex Inc shows how important it is to use precise language when drafting a clause...
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Marks & Spencer has issued infringement proceedings in the High Court to protect its Colin the Caterpillar cake against Aldi's alleged...
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In early April, ahead of the trial due to start in Oakland, California on 3 May, Apple and Epic have filed their Proposed Findings of...
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One of the issues raised in the Unwired / Conversant UK Supreme Court appeal was the interaction between FRAND rate setting and foreign...
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Parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee released its sixth report on "The future of public service broadcasting" on 25...
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Last week, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the case of Vestel v Access Advance & Philips. The judgment is of interest of...