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Civil Litigation Costs Review

SCL has been invited to make a submission to the Civil Litigation Costs Review and is preparing a submission.

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ePrivacy Directive Review: Safeguards Ignored Says EDPS

The European Data Protection Supervisor has taken the unusual step of putting forward a Second Opinion on the proposals for review of the ePrivacy Directive. He is concerned that safeguards have been removed in the political settlement made by the EU Council and that EU citizens are at risk as a result.

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EU v Microsoft: Round 73

The seemingly never-ending issue of Microsoft’s bundling of software with its operating system and the alleged anti-competitive effect has taken a new turn.

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SCL Lecture 2009: William Patry on Copyright

The leading copyright expert William Patry has accepted SCL’s invitation to give the SCL Lecture 2009 on 24 March. The Lecture is given as a tribute to Sir Hugh Laddie QC.

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Tiscali v BT: ISPs Competing for Customers and 'Unlawful Means'

A novel use of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 and the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008 has received an important, albeit partial, endorsement in the High Court. Tiscali is suing BT for interference with its business by unlawful means.

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FSF v Cisco

A court action has been filed in the long-running dispute between the two organisations alleging violations of the GPL and the LGPL. If the action comes to trial, it will lead to a major ruling on open source principles.

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Tiscali v BT: ISPs Competing for Customers and Unlawful Means

A novel use of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 and the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008 has received an important, albeit partial, endorsement in the High Court. Tiscali is suing BT for interference with its business by unlawful means.

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FSF v Cisco.

A court action has been filed in the long-running dispute between the two organisations alleging violations of the GPL and the LGPL. If the action comes to trial, it will lead to a major ruling on open source principles.

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