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Is it possible to protect your artistic work under trademark law? Yes, if the motivation for this search for protection is that of the protection of a work used as a trademark. Thus, when filing for a trademark, the applicant must have the intention of ... read more
With the limitation of physical meetings imposed by the fight against the propagation of the virus that causes COVID-19, electronic signatures are turning out to be an essential tool for the remote signing of contracts as well as any other official business ... read more
“The right to provide evidence may justify the provision of elements that are in breach of the right to privacy provided that such provision is essential to the exercise of this right and that the breach is proportionate to the intended ... read more
The global COVID-19 pandemic has heavily impacted the economic situation in every country around the world, leading to an increase in the use of bank loans or loans between individuals. When an individual borrows money directly from another individual, in ... read more
In our “Trademarks” newsletter of 25 June, we reminded you that any holder of a trademark must effectively use it – i.e. he must make proper use of it in accordance with its essential function, which is that of guaranteeing the original identity ... read more
As announced in our Corporate newsletter of 11 June 2020, over the past few months, the French government has implemented measures in order to adapt certain rules of corporate law to the sanitary emergency due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Ordinance n° 2020-321 ... read more
It is standard practice for suppliers to offer business gifts to the employees of client firms in order to give them incentive to place new orders in the future. However, before accepting gifts, employees need to be cautious and follow their company’s ... read more
In response to the Covid-19 crisis, at the beginning of the confinement period the French government called on owners of commercial lease properties to forgo rent collection to allow commercial lessees to save their cash or limit their debt. To encourage ... read more
A registered trademark grants the proprietor a monopoly over the use of the products and services in respect of which the trademark is registered. In exchange for enjoying this monopoly, it is incumbent on the proprietor to put the trademark to genuine use ... read more
Legal 500 and Guide Décideurs nominated our Tax Law department in their last editions. Congrats to Philippe Schmidt, Johanna Segalis and their team. A warm thank you to our clients for their testimonials and for their loyalty.

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