CJEU rules on notion of parody (but it will not be funny for national courts)

By Rosati, E.

In this ruling, the Court of Justice of the European Union stated that (i) parody is an autonomous concept of EU law; (ii) a parody must be understood according to its usual meaning in everyday language and has just two essential characteristics, namely to evoke an existing work while being …read more

Source:: Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice