Category

Copyright
Last Saturday (1 February) the internet was flooded with user-generated content ridiculing, in real time, the actions of the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić. Vučić visited a site in...
Read More
The High Court in Belgrade and the Appellate Court in the same city have issued a few decisions in 2013 rejecting arguments by the defendants that their use of photographs,...
Read More
This year’s Exit festival, a major event on Europe’s musical scene, which traditionally takes place in Novi Sad (Serbia), ended on 14 July. It is worth taking a look into...
Read More
The two highest judicial institutions in Europe – European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) – recently issued judgments concerning the relationship...
Read More
The High Court in Belgrade recently decided a case in which the central issue was the originality of a plaintiff’s article published in a magazine and later re-published on her...
Read More
The previous post described how the Serbian Commercial Appellate Court denied, in May of this year, a request by the Organization of Phonogram Producers of Serbia (O.F.P.S.) to collect royalties...
Read More
Earlier this year, the Serbian Commercial Appellate Court ruled that the Organization of Phonogram Producers of Serbia (O.F.P.S.) had no valid claim to royalties for communication to the public of...
Read More
The blawgosphere has reacted with consternation to the news that Faulkner Literary Rights, LLC sued Sony Pictures Classics, Inc. on October 25, 2012, over the use of nine words from...
Read More
One month ago, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) added its authoritative voice to the long-lasting debate on the legal nature of the transfer of software copies....
Read More
On the day when the post about Serbian Music Authors’ Organization – The travails of SOKOJ – appeared on this blog (18 July 2012), the Official Gazette of Serbia published...
Read More
1 2