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On July 1st, The North Face announced on its website the gradual withdrawal of the logo of its “Futurelight” collection. This decision came about after the artist Futura filed a lawsuit against the company for copyright infringement This case is ... read more
Taxi pour noctambules – 2014 – Marabout Tintin, Snowy, Captain Haddock, Thomson and Thomson, Professor Calculus, Bianca Castafiore. These characters belong to the international and intergenerational cultural domain. The general public knows both ... read more
Our practices in IP law, Trademarks and Designs, Copyrights have achieved this year a new high ranking in The Legal 500: – Tier 2 for Trademarks and Designs – Tier 3 for Copyrights We would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients and our partners ... read more
On 30 March 2012, Vendôme city council, a territorial authority in the Loir-et-Cher department of France, applied to the French National Institute for Intellectual Property (INPI) for the protection of the name “Vendôme” as a French trademark, ... read more
Brexit came into effect on 1st January 2021. United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union. European Union no longer encompasses the United Kingdom. What is the protection now in the United Kingdom of your European Union trademark ... read more
TreasuryXpress, a leading provider of cloud-based treasury management solutions for corporations and banks around the world, joins Bottomline Technologies, a leading provider of financial technology that makes complex business payments simple, smart and ... read more
In our “Trademarks” newsletters of 25 June and 24 September 2020, we reminded you that any holder of a trademark has the obligation to effectively use it in the 5 years following its registration and, beyond that time, to never suspend such ... read more
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
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
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

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