The new Unfair Competition Law (UCL) has been enacted to step up the campaign against piracy in Saudi Arabia, according to the Kingdom's Business Software Alliance (BSA) representative.
What does UCL stand for?
UCL stands for Unfair Competition Law
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00 KF3120 Schwartz and Goldman, attorneys who specializes in intellectual property litigation and teach patent, trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition law at the U.
That day, justices concluded that labor unions lacked standing to sue on behalf of employees under the state's unfair competition law (UCL) because the unions themselves had not suffered injury.
Vermut practices in patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret and unfair competition law, computer law, and intellectual property.
The complaint further alleges that L-3 violated California's unfair competition law and that L-3's conduct prevented OSI from synergistic benefits and profits.
A cease-and-desist letter from the Gap's law department stated that the ad was trademark infringement, "actionable under the Lanham Act, the Copyright Act and the California unfair competition law.