Vicente Zafrilla Díaz-Marta, “UK Courts’ Determination of Global FRAND Rates: There Is a Will but Is There a Way? UKSC Judgment in Unwired Planet v Huawei, Huawei v Conversant, and ZTE v Conversant“, GRUR International, 70 (2), February 2021, Pages 153–158
Lucius Klobučník, ‘Navigating The Fragmented Online Music Licensing Landscape In Europe – A Legislative Compass In Sight?’, Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law (JIPITEC), 11 (3), 2020
The LTEC Law (Faculty of Law, University of Windsor) and the EIPIN Innovation Society collaborate to present ‘Transnational IP and Innovation Law’ speaker series starting 29 January 2021. Professor Graeme Dinwoodie (Chicago-Kent College of Law) is the invited key-note inaugural speaker for the series and will speak about the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published [...]
Naina was invited by her alma mater, University Institute of Legal Studies (UILS), Panjab University (PU) for an alumni session with the Career Development Cell (CDC) of UILS. She had the opportunity to share her interest in building a career in the field of legal academia and also share her journey as an Early-Stage Researcher at [...]
The Centre for IP Studies (“CIPS”) at National Law University Jodhpur (India) organised a ‘Two-Day Workshop on Patent Facilitation’ on 26 and 27 September 2020. The purpose of the workshop was primarily to introduce the basics of Indian patent law, including substantive requirements, procedure, filing etc to the participants. Naina was invited as a keynote speaker [...]
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Lucius Klobučník, “Ex post liability relief as a misguided approach to encouraging new online music services in Europe”, European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR), 42 (7), August 2020.
Tamar Khuchua published the article 'Facing the 'Bad Faith' - The Challenges and Tools to Combat Blocking Strategies of the Firms in the EU Trade Mark Law' in the Nordic Journal of European Law (NJEL). >> Read more