« Artificial Intelligence and Data Access » seminar – LES France

« Artificial Intelligence and Data Access » seminar – LES France

Nathalie de Quatrebarbes will attend next October 28th, 2021 the “Artificial Intelligence and Data Access” seminar organised by the IT&S committee of LES France – Licensing Executives Society, LES France – Licensing Executives Society, co-chaired by Yann Dietrich and Antoine Dupont. She will intervene alongside Yelena Trifounovitch, partner lawyer at Bredin Prat law firm and Franck Macrez, director of the research laboratory of the Centre d’Etudes Internationales de la Propriété Intellectuelle (CEIPI).

Programme

Program Important developments in the various regulatory frameworks in the field of AI and data access will be discussed in order to give an overview of the current changing context, in particular with regard to compliance with competition rules and intellectual property rights. In order to overcome this relatively “unclear” context, practical contractual approaches will be presented as well as, during the round table, the feedback from industrialists.

14.00 Introduction
Yann Dietrich and Antoine Dupont, LES France, co-chairs of the IT&S committee

14.15 Competition issues and risks of new business models in the field of AI and data
Yelena TRIFOUNOVITCH, Partner lawyer, BREDIN PRAT law firm

14.45 Overview of recent and upcoming reforms in the European Union (directives, regulations, national laws)
Franck MACREZ, CEIPI

16.30 Current legal framework for AI contracts and data access
Nathalie de QUATREBARBES, Lawyer at de QUATREBARBES law firm

17.00 Round table discussion moderated by Antoine Dupont with two industrial players presenting their feedback and the three speakers
Presentation of DAWEX company (Data exchange platform): Laurent Lafaye, co-founder ATOS: Yann Dietrich, Intellectual Property Director

Trademarks registration in China becomes more transparent – L’Usine Nouvelle

Trademarks registration in China becomes more transparent – L’Usine Nouvelle

Since May 19th, 2021, Chinese trademarks have been freely accessible, including in French and English, from the TMView European platform. This should simplify preliminary searches for companies wishing to protect a sign in the People’s Republic of China. Nathalie de Quatrebarbes, partner, gives her views in an expert opinion published by L’Usine Nouvelle.

To read the article: https://www.usinenouvelle.com/article/avis-d-expert-le-depot-de-marques-en-chine-gagne-en-transparence.N1134699

Negotiation of IT contracts

Negotiation of IT contracts

On June 22nd, 2021, Nathalie de Quatrebarbes, founder of the law firm, hosted a webinar for the CRAI (Club des Responsables d’Achats Informatiques – IT Purchasing Manager’s Club) on the key points needed to negotiate IT contracts.

CEIPI News Day

CEIPI News Day

LOn May 19th, Nathalie de Quatrebarbes, partner, took part in the CEIPI’s (Center for International Intellectual Property Studies) News Day dedicated to European case law in Intellectual Property. She spoke on patent law issues, with Franck Macrez and Romain Soustelle from #CEIPI and under the chairmanship of Laurence Dreyfuss-Bechmann from Fidal law firm.

See more : https://www.ceipi.edu/actualites/actualite/?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=11802&cHash=fdc7d0bee3b99d2716e104d42e1b29f9

Décideurs Magazine – Quatrebarbes ranked in the Innovations, Technologies & Intellectual Property Guide

Décideurs Magazine – Quatrebarbes ranked in the Innovations, Technologies & Intellectual Property Guide

For the second year in a row, Quatrebarbes law firm is listed in the new edition of the Innovations, Technologies & Intellectual Property Guide of Décideurs Magazine – Groupe Leaders League

The firm is ranked in the category of Strong Notoriety in Patent Litigation and Internet Law.

It also appears in the Litigation rankings for Litigation: Trademarks, Designs and Models, and IT, Software & Digital Projects.