In This Issue:
- CJEU Holds ISPs May be Ordered to Block Customer Access to Websites Infringing Copyright
- European Trade Mark and Design Network Issues Common Communication On Black and White Marks
- CJEU Provides Guidance on Revocation of Common Names for Products
- Application For Advertising Slogan Rejected as Not Indicating Commercial Origin
- High Court Declares ASOS UK Trade Mark Not Detrimental to ASSOS CTM
- High Court Restrains Use of QUEENSBERRY Mark for Sports Equipment
- Court of Appeal Holds Kiddee Case Does Not Infringe Trunki’s CRD for Ride-On Suitcase
- CJEU Clarifies Meaning of “Disclosure” in Relation to Community Designs
- CJEU Rules Data Retention Directive is Invalid
- Excerpt from CJEU Holds ISPs May be Ordered to Block Customer Access to Websites Infringing Copyright:
On a reference from the Supreme Court of Austria, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in UPC Telekabel Wien GmbH v Constantin Film Verleih GmbH and another  C-314/12 has held that internet service providers (ISPs) may be ordered to block their customers’ access to websites which infringe copyright.
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