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Friday, 27 May 2005

WHAT'S BLACK, SHINY AND FULL OF DATABASE LAW?


The May 2005 issue of Butterworths' LexisNexis Intellectual Property and Technology Cases has now been published. The print edition (which does indeed have a deliciously sleek black, shiny cover), ties in with this title's online service.

Black, shiny and much enjoyed by the IPKat ...

The cases reported in this issue are the four European Court of Justice rulings last November on the scope of database protection: cases C-203/02 British Horseracing Board v William Hill, C-444/02 Fixtures Marketing v Organismos Prognostikon, Case C-46/02 Fixtures Marketing v Oy Veykaus and Case C-338/02 Fixtures Marketing v Svenska Spel.

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