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Triple damages for flagrant infringement: Original Beauty v G4K Fashion

In a recent decision the High Court awarded £450,000 including a 200% uplift for additional damages to a claimant whose unregistered design rights in “bodycon” and “bandage” dress designs had been infringed in a flagrant manner. In Original Beauty & others v G4K Fashion & others, the High Court found that the defendant, trading as Oh Polly, had …   Read more

VG Bild-Kunst v Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz: Copyright works and website framing

The Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) has handed down the latest judgment in a long-running case concerning the online framing of copyright material. A dispute arose between VG Bild-Kunst (VG B-K – a German visual arts copyright collecting society) and Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz (SPK – a German cultural heritage foundation) when …   Read more

Capitol Records and others v BT and others: High Court victory sees cyberlocker website blocked by internet service providers

The UK recorded music industry recently prevailed in a piracy case against a number of internet service providers regarding the operators and users of a cyberlocker website. The legal action was brought by a number of record companies, both majors and independents, suing for themselves and in a representative capacity on behalf of members of …   Read more


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