Josh Little

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Earls Court Masterplan granted planning permission

The grant of planning permission follows the signing of a section 106 agreement by Capco, the two local authorities, London Underground Limited and …

Google's publication of electronic 'snippets' as part of plans to digitise books is "fair use" says US judge

Judge Denny Chin said that the Google Books project, through which the search giant scanned and digitised the contents of millions of books held in a …

Pickles rejects Coventry Green Belt marina and housing scheme

The Ronald Wilson Trust had submitted an outline application to Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council for the development of a canal marina off …

Another "trade mark v design" case from the General Court

<b>The General Court recently</b> <b>decided</b> on the invalidity of a registered Community design (“RCD”) which is intended to be incorporated into cleaning …

Google Books Library Project is FAIR USE

It was just a bit more than a year ago that Google and the Association of American Publishers (AAP) concluded a settlement agreement (here) that put …

Wolf fight: "what we say explicitly is what we mean", CJEU tells General Court

<b>Now here's a surprise, at least for anyone who believes</b> that all the members of the European Union's General Court can find their way from the lounge …

A closer look at the Google Books Library Project decision

As was promptly announced by the IPKat, last Thursday Judge Denny Chin of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York <b>[yep, the same</b> …

TPP leak: time for trade marks

<b>Not so secret</b>. Our <b>first assessment</b> of the <b>Wikileaked text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership</b> (by Angela Daly) covered copyright and our <b>second assessment</b> …