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E-Commerce Law Reports

Current Issue (April 2016)

Volume: 16 Issue: 2

About E-Commerce Law Reports:

The bi-monthly law journal providing coverage and guidance of key e-commerce law cases, such as those dealing with domain names and domain name disputes, intellectual property rights, copyright infringements, liability, online / behavourial advertising, distance selling regulations, privacy law, cybercrime, social networking, trademarks, telecoms and software / read more

Volume 16 Issue 2 of E-Commerce Law Reports

The year's second edition of E-Commerce Law Reports - our bi-monthly publication dedicated to providing commentary on the most significant court rulings impacting e-commerce - features a wide-range of case law from across the globe across a range of legal topics, including data security, trade marks, online terms, and competition. 

How far can an app go in making free use of short clips of international cricket matches without breaching copyright? This was the issue on the table in the first case covered in this month's edition of the publication, as Mark Owen of Taylor Wessing discusses the High Court's decision in England & Wales Cricket Board & Sky UK Ltd v. Tixdaq Ltd and Fanatix Ltd.

Nigel Brook and Nicholas Foullis of Clyde & co explore two recent cases - Vilca & Ors v. Xstrata, and Pyrrho and another v. MWB Property and ors - both of which involve technology designed to make the process of legal disclosure less burdensome. 

Meanwhile, Rosie Burbridge of Fox Williams takes a look at a case in which an English court had to rule on the applicability to the internet of a worldwide co-existence agreement signed by two companies in 1955, in Merck KGaA v. Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. 

And there's much more inside the issue...

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