As part of this conference, Nathalie de Quatrebarbes, founding partner of the firm, was a speaker in a workshop on the ‘IP protection of retail offline and online stores’ layout’, in the “The enforcement of IP rights in different jurisdictions” discussion panel.
Led by Marco Hero (IDI), this international panel was composed of Deborah S. Coldwell (Haynes and Boone LLP, Dallas), Nathalie de Quatrebarbes (Quatrebarbes, Paris) Roberta Obinu(Golden Goose, Treviso) and Bernard Vanbrabant (Prof. University of Liège and Of Counsel Liedekerke, Brussels).
A special thank you to the speakers, Marco Venturello, Marco Hero, Deborah S. Coldwell, Roberta Obinu, Bernard Vanbrabant and all the participants for the richness of this exchange and to the IDI for the organization of this great event.
The book, prefaced by Daren Tang under the scientific direction provided by Yann Basire, is a continuation of CEIPI’s annual series of Intellectual Property and POP Culture colloquia, the fourth season of which was held in November 2022.
Nathalie de Quatrebarbes spoke for two years in a row, in 2021 and 2022, as part of these conferences sponsored by the firm.
As part of this seminar, Nathalie de Quatrebarbes took part in the panel “IA & Data: Means of protection” and chaired the round table “Uses on an industrial scale of AI and data: Testimonials from actors “
This December 15, 2022, Nathalie de Quatrebarbes had the pleasure of participating in the 4th season of the “Intellectual property and pop culture: season 4” conference, organized by the CEIPI (Center for International Studies of Intellectual Property) and the Ligue des Auteurs Pros (French league of professional authors), for which she chaired the discussions held as part of episode 2 “Intellectual property and the metaverse”.
The panel was composed of Aurelie Guetin (Novagraaf), Jean-Marc Deltorn (CEIPI / EUIPO), Jean-Pierre Clavier (Faculty of Law of the University of Nantes) and Xavier Près (Vallet Près Killy law firm).
The firm would like to particularly thank Yann Basire, director of CEIPI and Stéphanie Le Cam, director of the Ligue des Auteurs Pros, for organizing this wonderful event.
Season 4 of CEIPI’s annual meeting, “Intellectual Property and Pop Culture”, is announced!
Rendez-vous on Thursday, December 15th, 2022, for the fourth edition of the “Intellectual Property and Pop Culture” conference, organized by the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) and La Ligue des Auteurs Pros (French League of Professional Writers).
The law firm Quatrebarbes is proud to be again a partner of this event for this new season.
Nathalie de Quatrebarbes, founding partner of the firm, will chair episode 2 “Intellectual property and metaverse” in which Mrs. Aurélie Guétin and Messrs. Jean-Marc Deltorn, Jean-Pierre Clavier, and Xavier Près will intervene.
Nathalie de Quatrebarbes was honored by the international association and appointed co-chair of the IT & Software. Yann Dietrich, Head of IP at Atos and Bertrand Duflos, partner at Beau de Loménie, have been appointed co-president alongside her.
Nathalie de Quatrebarbes participated this Tuesday, June 28 in the conference “Access to data, European regulatory framework and case study on the agricultural sector” organized by the IT&S committee of LES France – Licensing Executives Society, co-chaired by Yann Dietrich and Antoine Dupont.
She led the theme dedicated to the European data strategy.
Nathalie de Quatrebarbes intervened alongside Fabrice TOCCO, Co-CEO of Dawex, Sébastien PICARDAT, CEO of Agdatahub and Laurent DUVEAUX, in charge of information systems for France Génétique Elevage.
The European strategy on the data economy is based on several texts of important European regulations, in particular the Data Governance Act (DGA) and the Data Act (DA), the proposal of which was published in February 2022. Access to data, the volume of which is growing very rapidly, in particular via the IoT, imposes rights and duties for the various actors in the Data Value Chain (DVC). During this seminar, a summary of the DGA and DA regulations will be presented in order to understand the essential points. The agricultural sector has been implementing means for several years to facilitate the exchange of data between the many types of actors in this sector. The case of the agricultural ecosystem will therefore be discussed in the light of these lessons and the perspectives linked in particular to European regulations.