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AI Inventors: the European Patent Office sets the record straight in the DABUS decision.

By Matthieu OBJOIS, Senior Associate, and Lucas ROBIN, Patent Engineer.
After a long-awaited oral procedure, the EPO logically indicated that only natural persons could be designated as inventors in a European patent application, even if artificial intelligence algorithms were involved.
Published on: 4th Feb 2020

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European Patent Office : Patentability of inventions involving Artificial Intelligence

By Matthieu OBJOIS, Senior Associate.
OBJOIS_SEARCH.jpg By decision of the President of the European Patent Office (EPO) dated 25 July 2018 and pursuant to Article 10(2) EPC, the Guidelines for Examination have been amended in accordance with the policy of the EPO which provides for their revision on an annual basis. These Guidelines indicate the practices and procedures to be followed by both Applicants and Examiners, and are a useful tool for monitoring the evolution of EPO policy.
Published on: 4th Oct 2018

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Advances in the Protection of Trade Secrets

By Isabelle PINAUD, French & European Trademark and Design Attorney
Pinaud_search.jpg On 8 June 2016 the European Union adopted Directive 2016/943 on "the protection of undisclosed know-how and business information (trade secrets) against their unlawful acquisition, use and disclosure".
Published on: 28th Jul 2016

Directive 2004/48/CE of 29 April 2004 on the enforcement of Intellectual Property rights : implementation in France - definitive bill adopted by the Parliament

v2191-Anne BOUTARIC.jpg The measures are facilitated in order to prevent the continuing alleged infringement of intellectual property rights before obtaining a decision on the merits, such as an interlocutory injunction.
Published on: 7th Jul 2009