In This Issue:

- IPT INSIGHTS

- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND SPORT – A WINNING COMBINATION...

- THE CJEU GOES TO THE MOVIES: REFLECTIONS ON FILM COPYRIGHT FROM AUSTRIA, THE NETHERLANDS AND THE UK

- CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACTS AND DATA PROTECTION CHALLENGES

- SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENTS: NINE STEPS TO MAXIMISING RETURN ON INVESTMENT

- US SUPREME COURT DECISION IN ASSOCIATION FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY V MYRIAD GENETICS – THE PATENTING OF DNA SEQUENCES ANDIMPLICATIONS FOR THE BIOPHARMA INDUSTRY

- THE CONTRADICTORY WORLD OF SPANISH LAW AGAINST LATE PAYMENT

- A EUROPEAN LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: TOWARDS A LEGISLATION 2.0?

- Excerpt from IPT Insights:

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The Regional Court of Bielefeld Rules Against the Resale of Audio Books and e-books. The court had to decide on an action brought by a consumer protection organisation against an audio book and e-book publisher (file no. 4 O 191/11). The plaintiff had filed for an injunction regarding the use of clauses in the publisher’s General Terms and Conditions granting the buyer a non-transferable right to use audio books and e-books and prohibiting their resale...

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