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Brexit and IP rights: it is urgent to wait.

30 June 2016

Mechanisms and options for change within the United Kingdom regarding your European trademarks, drawings and designs are not known so far. For your new projects at European scale, it will be more cautious to designate the United Kingdom through a ... Read more

Specifications of goods and services for EU trademarks further to the communication of the President of the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

06 May 2016

Following the IP TRANSLATOR case which raised many questions as to the drafting of specifications of goods and services and the scope of trademarks filed in relation with the “official specification”, Article 28 of Regulation 2015-2424 of 16 December 2015 ... Read more

Article L.611-7 of the French Intellectual Property Code – Consequences of “Macron’s Law” [‘Loi 2015-990’] on employees’ inventions

02 December 2015

French law aimed at encouraging growth and business and equalising economic opportunities, known as Macron’s Law, was enacted on 6 August 2015. Certain provisions of this law make amendments to French Intellectual Property Law [‘Code de la Propriété Intellectuelle’ or ... Read more

(Français) Publication du décret d’application concernant les Indications Géographiques

22 June 2015

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(Français) Naissance d’un nouveau droit de propriété industrielle: l’Indication Géographique

22 June 2015

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(Français) Brevets d’invention et mesures d’interdiction provisoire

27 May 2015

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Tomatoes (II) and Broccoli (II): Last decisions issued by the Enlarged Board of Appeal

27 March 2015

The Enlarged Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office rendered two important decisions in the world of plant biotechnology and plant breeding on March 25, 2015: G2/12 and G3/-13 decisions “Tomatoes II” and “Broccoli II”. These decisions concluded that ... Read more

United States of America and Japan join International Design System (WIPO).

26 February 2015

The United States of America and Japan have joined the Hague System for the International Registration of Industrial Designs. The accessions broaden the geographical scope of protection of industrial designs, bringing membership in the Hague System to 64 contracting parties. ... Read more

(Français) Le « silence de l’INPI » et ses conséquences sur vos titres de propriété industrielle

24 February 2015

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OHIM introduces a Fast Track proceeding for trade mark applications

27 November 2014

OHIM now offers trade mark applicants the opportunity to have their applications examined and published faster. Instead of being published in an average of 8 weeks, trade marks will be published 3 or 4 weeks after filing if no absolute ground ... Read more

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