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4 Aug 2023, 8:08 am by Rebecca Tushnet
Sometimes external environment-level innovation is more efficient: ramps v. stair climing wheelchairs. [read post]
3 Aug 2023, 4:49 am by Ralf Michaels
It not only introduces corporate responsibility for human rights violations and environmental damage – as already found in some national laws (e.g. in France; Germany; Netherlands; Norway; Switzerland; United Kingdom) – but also and in contrast (with the exception of French law – for more details see Camy) introduces civil liability. [read post]
30 Jul 2023, 3:05 am by Laurence Lai (Simmons & Simmons LLP)
  Country of origin: new European applications in 2022 v requests for unitary effect   On the other hand, proprietors from Asia and the US appear overall less enthusiastic relative to their proportion of European filings. [read post]
25 Jul 2023, 12:15 pm
To that end I am happy to pass along  notice recently made available by the Working Group respecting both the preliminary Program and registration information for the Forum.Conference Information (in English, Spanish and French) along with the 2023 Forum Concept Note follows. [read post]
25 Jul 2023, 1:43 am by Matthieu Dhenne (Dhenne Avocats)
French case law contains numerous examples of the application of the notion of plausibility. [read post]
17 Jul 2023, 11:20 am by Marcel Pemsel
In its recent decision in CEDC International v EUIPO - Underberg (Forme d’un brin d’herbe dans une bouteille), T-145/22, the General Court had the opportunity to clarify the scope of Art. 8(3) EUTMR. [read post]
5 Jul 2023, 8:33 am by Alex Tsang
(Check for commentary on CanLII Connects) The three most-consulted French-language decisions were: 1. [read post]
3 Jul 2023, 4:07 am by INFORRM
France On 22 June 2023, the French data regulator CNIL announced a €40 million sanction against Criteo, one of the world’s largest AdTech companies, for failing to ensure that data subjects had provided their consent to processing, failing to sufficiently inform them and to enable them to exercise their rights. [read post]