Mark Schweizer
Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2017, 546–548
Publication year: 2017

Directive 2004/48 (the Enforcement Directive) does not preclude national law which provides that the holder of an IP right that has been infringed may demand payment of a sum corresponding to twice the appropriate fee which would have been due if permission had been given for the work concerned to be used.

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