German courts cannot apply ancillary copyright law – AG opinion
A top EU adviser has told the CJEU it should stop German courts from applying the country’s ancillary copyright rules in a case involving Google because the EU Commission was not informed of when the legislation was introduced
Germany’s new copyright rules cannot be applied
by its courts because its government did not tell the EU
Commission about the law’s introduction, according
to a top EU adviser.
Advocate General Hogan advised the Court of Justice
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