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Sky's the limit: Broadcaster successful in Scottish copyright infringement case

Who are the parties?

The pursuer, Sky UK Limited, is a well-known provider of television content for satellite and internet broadcast, including via the channels Sky Arts, Sky Atlantic and Sky News. Viewers have to pay to see Sky’s content, with the exception of Sky Arts which was made available to view for free on 17 September 2020.

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Trade mark and Medtech developments following Brexit

EU registrations

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Appointing an EU Rep: a key post-Brexit GDPR requirement

Although the UK managed to strike a deal with the EU before the end of the transition period, UK companies who do business in the EU may need to appoint a representative for any processing of personal data they do when offering goods or services.

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CPRA v CCPA

It is true that news around the U.S. Election in general is a lot to take in right now. But for businesses, one thing they should note is that California voters approved the California Privacy Rights Act.

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The Wonderful World of Medical Devices – Part II: Regulation and Getting to Market

In my last blog (The Wonderful World of Medical Devices – Part I: Definition and Claims), I discussed the various definitions of a medical device and why it is important to clearly define the claims that you want to demonstrate.  In this blog, I will discuss the regulatory environment, the changes that are coming post-Brexit and getting your device to market.

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