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Entry into force of the european patent with unitary effect: review your contracts!

By Frédérique DURIEUX and Franck DELAMER
The European patent with unitary effect and the Unified Patent Court (UPC) will soon come into force. Before requesting unitary effect or opting out of the exclusive jurisdiction of the Unified Patent Court for a European patent which does not have unitary effect, patent owners will need to be aware of their obligations under existing contracts and, if necessary, adjust them.
Published on: 27th Jun 2022

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

Publication of the Decree Relating to Contract Law Reform: What is the Impact on your Business Practices?

by Isabelle LECAT, Industrial Property Lawyer
Lecat_search.jpg On 10 February 2016, the French Government issued an order reforming contract law, the general system and the proof of obligations; therefore reforming certain provisions in the Civil Code which have been in force since 1804.
Published on: 20th April 2016

How to End your Contractual Agreements Problem Free

By Isabelle LECAT, Industrial Property Lawyer
Lecat_search.jpg The signing of a contract is not the end of the process, but rather the beginning of its lifespan. Until its expiry date, the contract will continue generating effects that are important to anticipate. Therefore, it is essential to consider the different hypotheses for termination, and the resulting consequences in the relations between the contracting parties.
Published on: 18th Nov 2015

Who Pays the Photographer in Good Faith (but recklessly), must think twice!

by Katia POUILLY-RIOU, French and European Trademark and Design Attorney
v3753-Katia POUILLY RIOU.jpg The company X ("Advertiser") requests its Advertising Company ("Agency”), with whom it has worked with for a number of years (without a written contract), to produce promotional documents, involving, notably, photographs.
Published on: 5th Aug 2014

Financial valuation of a brand: Contribution of the new ISO standard

By Marc LEVIEILS, Trademark Attorney, Partner - Cabinet REGIMBEAU
M.Levieils 65x65.jpg How can one measure a product’s innovative strength, a team’s creativity, knowledge of a market, or customer reputation ?
Published on: 10th Dec 2010

Jointly-owned patents – Part 1: the rules of the Intellectual Property Code

By Isabelle Pinaud, European and French Trademark Attorney - Cabinet REGIMBEAU
I.PINAUD.jpg A growing number of patents are now filed as joint property. These jointly-owned patents often result from research programmes carried out jointly by partners from very different backgrounds
Published on: 23th March 2010

The language for drafting contracts: Shakespeare Vs Molière

By Isabelle Pinaud, French and European Trademark Attorney - Cabinet REGIMBEAU
I.PINAUD.jpg Why do some French-speaking co-contracting parties happen to decide to draft their contracts in English while choosing the jurisdiction of French national courts?
Published on: 10th Sept 2009

Non-Disclosure Agreement

By Isabelle Pinaud, European and French Trademark Attorney
I.PINAUD.jpg Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are recognized as being the most widely used type of agreement in the world of research and industry.
Published on: 10th Sept 2009

The securitization of Trade Marks

By Evelyne Roux, Head of the Legal Department and Camille Dupuch, IP Lawyer
ROUX_SEARCH_2013.jpg The securitization of non-physical assets is an idea that is very much in vogue these days, particularly in the United States and in the United Kingdom, where it has already taken place several times.
Published on: 1st Jul 2009