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Cologne court reacts to Redtube warning letter complaints

The Cologne district court has reacted to complaints about the Redtube streaming warning letters by issuing numerous decisions.
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WBS succeeds against Schulenberg & Schenk | File sharing

WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE has succeeded in another file sharing case, this time against the German law firm Schulenberg & Schenk.
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File sharing: Fareds sends warning letters abroad

The infamous German law firm, Fareds, has recently sent a file sharing warning letter to a foreign internet user.  The warning letter alleges that the film Dallas Buyers Club was illegally down and uploaded.
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File sharing: Hotels not liable for guests’ file sharing

Many hotels offer guests free Wi-Fi internet access. In an important case, a court in Germany has clarified that hotel owners can no longer be held liable for the file sharing activities of guests, provided sufficient precautions are taken.
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File sharing: success for WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE against Sasse & Partner

WILDE BEUGER SOLMECKE has had further success, this time in defending a file sharing claim brought by the German law firm Sasse & Partner. The court found that provided certain requirements are met, holiday home owners are not liable for the copyright infringements committed by tenants.
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Our legal translation services offer certainty across borders

Our legal team has been offering legal advice to medium-sized and larger businesses for over twenty years. During that time, the age of globalisation has taken hold and the need for quality legal translation services has grown.
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The BGH on bank loan T&Cs and administration fees

Germany’s Federal Court of Justice recently ruled that banks are not permitted to charge administration fees when granting consumer loans, meaning that many bank customers can now bring claims for the reimbursement of administration fees they have paid. But when will the time limit expire.
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File sharing: rebutting the presumption of guilt

Under the current law on file sharing in Germany, there is a presumption of guilt against internet connection owner accused of infringing copyright through file sharing. This presumption can be rebutted under certain circumstances.
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American Hustle in next wave of file sharing warning letters

The German law firm, Schutt Waetke, has sent the next wave of file sharing warning letters in Germany. The subject of the letters is the film American Hustle. If you have received a file sharing warning letter, here are some tips on what to do.
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Are streaming warning letters really becoming a reality?

After much debate following the RedTube debacle, is it really the case that streaming warming letters are becoming a reality? Will law firms succeed in claiming that streaming violates German copyright law? We answer these questions here.
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