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UK’s Highest Court Gives Tweets a Voice: Green Lights Twitter from inside the Supreme Court

"A little bird told me." It's an oldie, but it has new life in the UK, particularly in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom today published guidance on its practice relating to the use of "live text based communications" (i.e. Tweeting), green lighting...

UK’s Highest Court Gives Tweets a Voice: Green Lights Twitter from inside the Supreme Court

"A little bird told me." It's an oldie, but it has new life in the UK, particularly in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom today published guidance on its practice relating to the use of "live text based communications" (i.e. Tweeting), green lighting...

Will the Lords Amend UK Copyright Law to Better Protect Industrial Designs?

The luxury goods and creative industries market continues to outperform the wider European economy, growing at 13% between 2009 and 2010, and 10% between 2010 and 2011. In this thriving environment, the high-end segment of European design household and office equipment, furniture and furnishing has,...

DLA Piper Alert-NLA v Meltwater: The UK Supreme Court Makes a Reference to CJEU on the Issue of Temporary Copies

The UK Supreme Court has handed down its judgment in the case of Public Relations Consultants Association Limited (PRCA) and the Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA) & Ot hers. Whilst expressing the view that merely viewing copyright material online (as opposed to downloading or printing that material...