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A registered trademark gives its owner the right to oppose the use in business of (1) an identical sign to designate products or services that are identical to those of its earlier trademark (2) a sign that is identical or similar to the earlier trademark ... read more
Technophiles and science fiction fans fantasised about the metaverse for a long time. That fantasy has become a tangible reality, offering real business, marketing, and advertising opportunities. Numerous companies are investing and offering virtual ... read more
China joined the Hague System by becoming a signatory of the Geneva Act (1999) on 5 February 2022. Its membership will take effect on 5 May 2022, increasing the number of countries covered by this system to 94. Our Intellectual Property team takes a look at ... read more
The current popularity of NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens), in particular for use in the art world, raises serious questions in terms of intellectual property. The qualification of NFTs as an intellectual work under the French Intellectual Property Code (CPI) ... read more
Or how to be reminded that the General Data Protection Regulation must be effective within each company The French National Technologies and Civil Liberties Commission (CNIL) ensures that personal data is duly protected. As an independent administrative ... read more
“A trademark” is a legal and marketing notion that we are all familiar with. Because you don’t need to be a lawyer to see that a trademark is of essential value in the competitive world. A trademark helps distinguish goods and services on the market ... read more
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

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