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What the CJEU’s UsedSoft decision means for software resales


The Court of Justice of the EU has ruled in favour of software resellers in a dispute between Oracle and UsedSoft. Flemming Moos and Marian Alexander Arning of Norton Rose explain what the decision means in practice

Flemming_Moos_Norton_RoseIn its landmark decisions on software resale in the UsedSoft case, the CJEU provided valuable guidelines on how to organise the resale of software in compliance with copyright law.

The Court considered it a "sale" of software under the directive...


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New IP round-up from @mdloney, featuring biosimilars complaint, SiriusXM ruling, ED of Tex filing slump and more! https://t.co/1szaMeR3j1

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Our analysis of SCOTUS Life Tech v Promega ruling https://t.co/CL6Ibt23RO Court didn't indicate how many components enough for infringement

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RT @PatentScholar: SCOTUS opinion in LifeTech v. Promega is out—supply of single component doesn't lead to §271(f)(1) liability https://t.c

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