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21-02-2017 » About the international jurisdiction of European Trademark Courts

Council Regulation No 207/2009 on the Community trade mark provides its own rules of competence for judicial action, including regarding violations of rights in a European mark. Therefore, each Member State has designated a "European Court" competent for infringement actions undertaken on the basis of a European mark or against a European…

04-12-2016 » Enlarged board of appeal decision G1/15 on partial priority issued

The Enlarged Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office has just given its decision in case G1/15 concerning partial priority (the questions referred to the EBA are available here). According to the order of the decision, entitlement to partial priority may not be refused for a claim in respect of subject matter embraced by that…

30-11-2016 » Decision overturned in the Laguiole case

French Law No. 2014-344 of 17 March 2014, known as the Hamon Law on consumer matters, reinforced the protection that is given to the distinctive signs of local authorities, which are subject to an ever-increasing number of disputes. The judgment of the Supreme Court rendered on 4 October 2016 concerns one of the many disputes relating…

30-11-2016 » United Kingdom to ratify the UPC Agreement

Despite the result of the June referendum on the UK leaving the European Union, at yesterday’s meeting of the EU’s Competitivity Council the UK minister for Intellectual Property, Baroness Neville-Rolfe, announced that the UK government intends to ratify the Agreement on the Unified Patent Court (UPC-A). On the same day Mr…

28-10-2016 » European trademarks and prohibition of use: what limits to the limitations?

“..Where an EU trade mark Court finds that the use of a sign creates a likelihood of confusion with an EU trade mark in one part of the European Union whilst not creating such a likelihood in another part thereof, that Court must conclude that there is an infringement of the exclusive right conferred by that trade mark and issue…
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Beau de Loménie Marseille: a new era is beginning

 

2018/2019 has marked an important stage for the first branch office that Cabinet Beau de Loménie opened, in 1968, outside the Paris region: a new head, Olivier BOURA, has taken up post, new experts have joined the Patent, Trademarks and Designs practices and the office has been relocated from the Prado district to the Place Castellane (...).

Read the entire press release here.

Cabinet Beau de Loménie - 158 rue de l'Université - F75340 PARIS CEDEX 07 | T : +33 (0) 1 44 18 89 00 | F : +33 (0) 1 44 18 04 23

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