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European Court of Justice Invalidates Data Retention Directive
By Paul Klein – Edited by Alex Shank

In a preliminary ruling requested by courts in Ireland and Austria, the European Court of Justice found that Directive 2006/24/EC was invalid. The Grand Chamber recognized the legitimacy of retaining telecommunications data as a means to combat serious crime and terrorism, but it ultimately held that the far-reaching scope of the Directive disproportionately affected individual privacy under the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

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Posted On Apr - 16 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Distinguishing “Intellectual Property” from Trade Secrets in the Federal Circuit
By Paul Klein – Edited by Geng Chen

The Federal Circuit reversed and vacated a district court ruling holding Hauge in contempt of a court order enforcing a settlement agreement, which required Hauge to assign his former employer “all other intellectual property and other rights relating to pressure exchanger technology . . . .” The Federal Circuit found that Hauge had not violated the order by manufacturing and selling a similar exchanger, even if he used a proprietary manufacturing process in a manner that potentially violated patent or trade secret laws.

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Posted On Apr - 3 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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