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lug 9

Former AGCOM chief on online distribution of creative content

Introduction In recent months Corrado Calabrò, formerly the chairman of the Communications Authority (AGCOM), took part – during his mandate at AGCOM – in parliamentary hearings(1) in order to clarify AGCOM’s position on certain aspects of a draft regulation(2) which is intended to ensure protection of copyright on electronic communication networks. The draft regulation, which… continua

mag 25

Il caso Private Outlet: per la prima volta l’AGCM sospende in via cautelare l’accesso ad un sito web

Con il provvedimento n. 23349 del 6 marzo 2012, l’Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (“AGCM”) ha sanzionato la società Private Outlet S.r.l. per pratiche commerciali scorrette inibendo invia cautelare l’accesso ai siti web della società. L’AGCM ha infatti ritenuto la società colpevole di aver diffuso mediante i propri siti web messaggi ingannevoli sulla… continua

mar 29

CROSS-BORDER DISCOVERY AND CLOUD COMPUTING: POTENTIAL USE OF THE CROSS BORDER DISCOVERY BEFORE ITALIAN COURTS

The aim of this article is to outline the ever-increasing importance of discovery for civil law proceedings due to recent, favorable developments in law cases and judicial decisions within the EU. In particular, we intend to consider the potential scenarios under which the result of discovery, a common law institution, could be introduced in civil-law… continua

Articolo inserito in: Contenzioso, Start Up
mar 15

ECJ rules on Italy’s gaming regulations

Background On February 16 2012 the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) issued its latest preliminary ruling on the compatibility of Italy’s legal framework for gaming with the right of establishment and the freedom to provide services. The new ruling confirms principles already established in the landmark Gambelli(1) and Placanica(2) decisions (see “ECJ… continua

mar 7

Ex post defensive monitoring of email and protection of employer’s assets

Remote and defensive monitoring The case of the dismissed bank employee Supreme Court decision on defensive monitoring Practical consequences Remote and defensive monitoring As described in our previous article (“Italy: Remote monitoring and defensive monitoring of employees in the internet age”, published in October 2010), Article 4 of Law 300/1970 – known as the Statute… continua

Articolo inserito in: Diritto del lavoro, Start Up
nov 21

European Court of Justice on online sales in the context of a selective distribution network

On October 13 2011 the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on restrictions on online sales, clarifying that selective distribution agreements imposing a general and absolute ban on the sale of cosmetics and personal care products by selected (authorised) distributors to end-users via the internet might result in contrast with EU competition rules. The ECJ… continua

Articolo inserito in: Internet, E-Commerce