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    Blog: Data Security Law Blog

    Government Contractor Compliance in the World of Cybersecurity

    Nothing is certain in life except death, taxes, and now, data breaches. Data breaches are almost an unavoidable cost of doing business in a globally connected world. As if being victimized by cybercriminals wasn’t enough, cybersecurity and data privacy increasingly have become the focus of private class action litigation and government enforcement actions. But businesses [...]

    Blog: Garrigues Intellectual Property Blog

    Trademarks filed in bad faith: the Portuguese experience of the past 3 years

    When harmonising E.U. regulations, an extensive range of interpretations are tacitly accepted when new concepts arise. This is particularly true when the lawmakers find it difficult to define the boundaries of the term in question, given the plethora of situations it encompasses. Moreover, including these terms in our legal system is not an easy taskand […] La entrada Trademarks filed in bad faith: the Portuguese experience of the past 3 years apareció primero en Intellectual and Industrial Property Blog - Garrigues.

    Blog: Antitrust Update

    GlaxoSmithKline Faces Antitrust Suit Over Alleged Inhaler “Hop”

    Missouri resident Elliot Conrad Dale recently filed an antitrust lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline (“GSK”), claiming GSK employed a “device hopping” scheme to ensure uninterrupted patent and regulatory protection for its brand-name asthma inhalers Ventolin and Arnuity Ellipta.  The complaint, filed in the Western District of Missouri on behalf of putative nationwide and state antitrust classes, alleges [...]