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Google Search: Removing content from Google option

By Nicolas DEMILLY, French Trademark Attorney & European Trademark and Design Attorney
Demilly_search.jpg Google updated in June 2020 its removing content proceedings by adding another option: “counterfeit: sale of counterfeit: sale of counterfeit goods”.
Published on: 31th May 2021

Brexit will become a reality on January 1st, 2021

By Evelyne ROUX, Partner.
ROUX_SEARCH_2013.jpg On January 1st, 2021, the transition period which followed the UK’s decision to leave the EU will end, a priori without any further extension. When deciding your budget, in particular for renewals, remember the measures that will need to be taken to anticipate the effects of BREXIT and the consequences for your intellectual property rights.
Published on: 22th Sept 2020

Anti-counterfeiting fight : a strengthened and more focused customs strategy

By Anne CHANTELOUP, Intellectual Property Attorney.
CHANTELOUP_SEARCH.jpg On October 1st, the Ministry of Justice and the Director of Criminal Affairs and Pardons sent a document presenting the new strategy of the Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DGCE) in the fight against counterfeiting to judicial authorities.
Published on: 6th March 2019

Infringement and Medical Products

by Pierre BOUGEARD, French and European Trademark and Design Attorney
P.BOUGEARD.jpg Intended to combat the infringment of medical products and to protect public health, the Medicrime Convention entered into force on 1 January 2016.
Published on: 11th May 2016

European and French Customs Retainer Procedures

By Evelyne ROUX, Partner and Carole ADJADJ, French and European Trademark and Design Attorney
ROUX ADJADJ.JPG It is worthless to say that infringement is ever increasing. A battle is engaged, involving all the stakeholders, to stop counterfeited and pirated goods, and to fight against infringement. Customs, as well as Legal procedures and resources are being continually improved.
Published on: 15th Dec 2015

The Longchamp Bag: The Supreme Court does not yet Consider it Case Closed

by Martine BLOCH-WEILL
v3588-Martine BLOCH WEILL.jpg On 15 May 2015 the French Supreme Court fortunately passed a judgment quashing the Paris Court of Appeal judgment 13 September 2013.
Published on: 23th Jun 2015

Acts of Trademark Infringement may also Constitute Acts of Unfair Competition!

by Nicolas DEMILLY, French and European Trademark and Design Attorney
v3640-Nicolas DEMILLY.jpg It is commonly accepted that the acts of infringement may not also constitute acts of unfair competition or parasitism.
Published on: 27th March 2014

AOC and PGI: A new example of protection

By Jean-Charles NICOLLET, French and European Trademark Attorney
0851-J-C.NICOLLET.jpg Calvados AOC (Protected Denomination of Origin – PDO) also enjoys protection at a community level through a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI).
Published on: 20th Jan 2014

Counterfeiting & Trademarks, Customs : Summer Evolutions in France, Europe and China

By Evelyne ROUX, Partner
ROUX_SEARCH_2013.jpg There have been many failed attempts at creating International treaties to fight against counterfeiting, such as ACTA, European jurisprudence seems to have opened the door for counterfeiters by prohibiting...
Published on: 17th Oct 2013

Measures to combat counterfeiting and cyber counterfeiting / An agreement is on the way, but keep it under your hat!

By Esther DUPAIN, Trademark Attorney and Evelyne ROUX, Head of the Legal Department
The draft agreement was first proposed by the United States in 2008, since when it has been kept under wraps, and it is only due to a few leaks that we are able to give a rough outline of its provisions today.
Published on: 8th Feb 2010

The liability of advertisement sites and commercial link suppliers, Google AdWords system and negative keywords...

By Esther DUPAIN, French Trademark Attorney and Jean PEREIRA, Lawyer
v3710-Esther DUPAIN.jpg Internet is sometimes the "bête noire" of intellectual property right holders who see it as a lawless area and are concerned by the globalisation of infringement requiring an exponential budget for very few results.
Published on: 28th Aug 2009

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

What's New with Anti-infringement Fight ?

By Esther DUPAIN, French Trademark Attorney, Cabinet REGIMBEAU
v3710-Esther DUPAIN.jpg As we all know, infringement is a threat to health and safety, employment, competitiveness, trade and investments in research and innovation. We also know that infringement is rapidly growing.
Published on: 14th May 2009

.fr domain names : two new procedures

By Olivier PRATS, IP Lawyer, Cabinet REGIMBEAU
O.PRATS.jpg Which company or business entity never had problems related to cyber– or typo–squatted brands, company names or trade names?
Published on: 1st Jan 2008