CASE COMMENT: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - UNFAIR PRACTICES - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTECTION

Property rights: The Paris Court of Appeal rules on unfair practices provisions and intellectual property right protection (Eram/Europe Style)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CA Paris, 4ème ch. A, November 24, 2004, SARL Chaussures Eram c/ SA Europe Style, RG 03/21011 CA Paris, 4ème ch. A, 12 January 2005, Kaligona c/ Dreamnex, RG 03/14152 This issue is on the agenda of the next Congress of the International League of Competition Law, which will be held in Ghent from 6 to 9 October (www.ligue.org). It has already been the subject of comments in this column (cf. Concurrences, n° 1-2004, p. 71). No. 1-2005, p. 75See also the commentary under Cass. com, 22 March 2005, No. 02-21.105, below.). It has just been illustrated by two recent decisions of the Paris Court of Appeal. 1. The first case was between Eram Shoes and one of its

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Property rights: The Paris Court of Appeal rules on unfair practices provisions and intellectual property right protection (Eram/Europe Style), 24 November 2004, Concurrences N° 2-2005, Art. N° 1259, pp. 66-67

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