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  • Be Global: February Employment Law Update

    For our comprehensive round-up of February’s employment law developments, across all jurisdictions, click here. You can also browse all our employment law updates, filterable by region, country and subject area, for free on GENIE, our global employment law resource. Headline news France: Gender pay gap decree published A decree confirming the methodology for gender pay...

  • Global Employment Law: Comparing Countries

    When your water cooler is actually a set of water coolers in 40+ countries like at DLA Piper, water cooler talk must be digital. News reports of changes in France’s labor laws — Code du Travail – prompted speculation (and debate) among DLA’s attorneys on which countries now provide the best climate for business expansion...

  • FRANCE ADOPTS LAW FOR A DIGITAL REPUBLIC: KEY DATA PROVISIONS ARE A JUMP-START ON THE GDPR

    By: Carol A. F. Umhoefer and Caroline Chancé France’s Law for a Digital Republic, under discussion for more than a year, has at last been published. Some key provisions of the law, published in early October, are immediately effective and anticipate the GDPR’s effective date of May 25, 2018: increased maximum administrative fines; expanded notice...

  • ADVERTISING IN FRANCE PARLEZ-VOUS FRANÇAIS?

    Repost from LAW À LA MODE, Issue 13 – April 2014 By Farid Bouguettaya (Paris)  The 20th anniversary of the French Language Act (Loi Toubon) of 4 August 1994 is a good occasion to examine the applicable rules when advertising in France. Such requirements are of particular interest for the fashion, retail and design sectors,...

  • The perils of saying it with flowers: Court of Justice rules in Interflora Adwords case

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ALERT By Siân Croxon, John Wilks, and Damian Herrington The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has given its ruling in the long-running Interflora v Marks & Spencer Adwords case. The CJEU has followed the Advocate General’s opinion on this case and its own ruling in Google France by stating that trade mark owners can prohibit...

  • Trademark E-News from DLA Piper France

    As always, we are eager to share publications from DLA Piper’s Trademark teams across the world. Here is the latest version of France’s Trademark and Design February/March newsletter. —————————————————————————— NEWS Argentina: Trademark Oppositions/Changes in Mediation Procedure According to the new mediation law, the introduction of a mediation procedure, which is still a preliminary and...

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