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An EU-wide right for consumers to change their minds about an on-line purchase within two weeks of receiving the good, and new requirements that on-line traders must give buyers precise information on the total price, the goods ordered and the trader's contact details, are among the benefits of new rules approved by Parliament on June 2011. Read more >>
Parliament urges the Commission to step up the fight against corruption and to bring forward its assessment of anti-corruption efforts in the EU to 2012, sooner than proposed in its anti-corruption package presented in June 2011. Read more >>
On 14 September 2011, new rules to prevent abuses in wholesale energy trading, and thus protect end consumers, were adopted by Parliament. Wholesale trading will now be monitored independently across the EU, to enable Member States to prevent and punish anti-competitive behaviour. Read more >>
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Legal protection insurance and its prescription (Assurance protection juridique et prescription) - by Denis Gouzee, lawyer, admitted to Bruxelles Bar Association since 1981
Who owns the knowledge? (A qui appartient le savoir-faire?) - by Denis Gouzee, lawyer, admitted to Bruxelles Bar Association since 1981
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Apple Corps can prevent the registration of a figurative Community trade mark composed of the word ‘BEATLE’ in respect of electric mobility aids.
However, Apple Corps Ltd, an undertaking founded by ‘The Beatles’ group, opposed that application, relying on its various earlier Community and national trade marks, including the word mark ‘BEATLES’ and several figurative marks composed of the word ‘BEATLES’ or ‘THE BEATLES’. Read more >>
According to Advocate General Bot, an air carrier must compensate passengers if they have been denied boarding on account of the rescheduling of their flight following a strike at the airport which took place two days beforehand and affected a previous flight.
Where a passenger is denied boarding, the air carrier must, under EU law1, provide him with assistance and flat-rate compensation. Denied boarding is defined by European law as a refusal to carry passengers on a flight, although they have duly presented themselves for boarding, except where there are reasonable grounds to deny them boarding, such as reasons of health, safety or security, or inadequate travel documentation. Read more >>
According to Advocate General Bot, creators of computer programs may oppose the resale of 'used' licences which allow their programs to be downloaded from the internet again.
Oracle develops and markets computer software, in particular, by download from the internet, by concluding "licence" agreements with its customers, which provide that the customer receives a non-transferable user right, for internal business purposes and for an unlimited period. Read more >>