A remedy on the rise
The UK recently decided the question of who should pay for the implementation costs of blocking orders. Attorneys at Herbert Smith Freehills analyse how the framework, case law, liability and costs for such orders differ in the UK, Germany, Italy and France
Website blocking orders are an extremely useful tool for trade mark and copyright owners to obtain against intermediaries, such as internet service providers (ISPs), to prevent third party website operators offering infringing content or counterfeit branded products....
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