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11-04-2017

Database protection and the impact of Brexit

Theo Savvides and Sarah Blair In the digital era, data and its collation is an increasingly valuable asset, making available essential information ...

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10-04-2017

Building a Data Economy: With new rights might come a new obligation to license

Theo Savvides, Sean Ibbetson, Robert Fett  The Commission has recently published its Data Economy Package, which includes a Consulta...

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13-02-2017

Copyright in the digital single market – harmony and disharmony for copyright exceptions

Theo Savvides and Sarah Blair Copyright provides rightholders with various exclusive rights over their works, such as copying or communicating them...

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08-02-2017

Data Protection in 2017

This video was first published on LexisNexis Webinars, February 2017I In spite of Brexit, the European Union general Data Protection Directive (G...

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06-12-2016

Brexit and copyright law: will the English courts revert to the ‘old’ test for originality?

Theo Savvides and Sean Ibbetson This article was first published on Kluwer Copyright Blog, December 2016 As discussed in this blo...

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29-11-2016

Copyright in the digital single market – a fairer and sustainable marketplace?

Theo Savvides, Sean Ibbetson On 14 September 2016, the European Commission published this communication unveiling its proposed Directive&...

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29-11-2016

Copyright in the digital single market – fair remuneration for artists?

Theo Savvides, Sean Ibbetson On 14 September 2016, the European Commission published its communication unveiling a proposed Directive on ...

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24-11-2016

Brexit: Why the Court of Justice may yet have a role to play…

Stephen Smith, Alice Esuola A full panel of all 11 Supreme Court judges will hear the Government’s appeal against the High Court’s ruli...

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26-10-2016

Great Repeal Bill

Sean Ibbetson, Stephen Smith, Noel Watson-Doig To much fanfare, but a dearth of detail, Theresa May announced on 2 October that th...

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26-10-2016

A bluffer’s guide to Brexit models

Sean Ibbetson, Stephen Smith, Noel Watson-Doig, Sarah Blair With the passing of four months since the UK woke on 24 June to the realisati...

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05-09-2016

Brexit won't shift UK privacy law in short-term

Data Privacy associate, Bathilde Waquet is quoted in Bloomberg BNA in relation to UK privacy law and EU's new General Data Protecti...

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05-07-2016

So what does Brexit mean for copyright (and database rights) in the UK?

This article was first published on Kluwer Copyright Blog, July 2016 Theo Savvides, Sarah Blair Brexit will obviously have an impact on som...

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01-07-2016

Brexit and Data Protection

How will Brexit, in whatever form it takes, affect data protection law in the UK? There are a number of alternative options for the UK’s ex...

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28-06-2016

Brexit: What it means for competition law Q&A

Sophie Lawrance, Stephen Smith, Pat Treacy As the dust begins to settle on the momentous events that unfolded in the early hours of Frida...

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27-06-2016

Brexit – What Next? A competition law perspective

Sophie Lawrance, Stephen Smith, Pat Treacy ​ Introduction It is difficult to think of a UK statesman who did more for European unity or was mor...

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