Looking at the role of content in the digital sphere and helping to answer some key questions around ownership, distribution and user-generation.
Bristows beats the bots in Blizzard Entertainment v Bossland
Mark Brown and Rosalie Hayes
Over the past year, Bristows has been representing video game publisher and distributor Blizzard Entertainment in an...
eSports: brand opportunities, legal considerations & the future
A brand opportunity
For those unfamiliar with the concept, “eSports” is the umbrella term used to describe the competitive playing of...
New guidelines on EU net neutrality: a force to BERECkoned with
Toby Crick and George Adje
“All data packets are equal”, says the European Union. But should some be more equal than others? At the end...
BEREC addresses adblocking and zero-rating with net neutrality implementation guidance
EU telecoms authority the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (‘BEREC’) published on 30 August 2016 its finalised gu...
The EU Commission's Digital Single Market strategy for Copyright and Content
Theo Savvides has been invited to discuss the digital single market strategy with the audience of LegalPD / Practical Law. The video covers different ...
Digital Product Placement: Monetising the Past
The EU Audiovisual Media Services Directive (“AVMS Directive”) took effect in early 2010 and clarified the position on pro...
Valuing interoperability information – a guide for parties navigating the course
In 2013, under the umbrella of the Digital Agenda for Europe project, the European Commission published a Staff Working Document entitl...
Stuck in the middle: Liability in the TMT sector for online IP infringements
Since the dawn of the internet age, holders of IP rights have battled with unscrupulous third parties wishing to use the opportunities afforded by the...
Brands online – Trade Marks and Search Engine Marketing
VAT on broadcasting, telecommunication and e-services - an end to jurisdiction shopping
The VAT rules for suppliers of broadcasting, telecommunication and e-services (“BTE services”) to consumers across Europe are changing and...
Digital Copyright – Liability of ISPs
It has been just over two years since the High Court of England and Wales first considered the liability of ISPs for digital copyright infringement by...