EU design cases looking up
2015 was a year of definite improvement over 2014 for design decisions from the Court of Justice and the General Court in Luxembourg. David Stone explains, however, that progress still needs to be made to provide certainty for designers and practitioners
The Court of Justice and General Court in Luxembourg are at the pinnacle of the EU court system and hence the ultimate arbiters of the meaning of EU-wide design law. What they say about the meaning of the Design Regulation...
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