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Soazig THEMOIN, Chalinee SRIPRASART and Mard PANTHUVICHIEN will attend the APAA meeting, a major IP Conference held in New Delhi from November 17th to 21th.

This event is a way to exchanges, through working groups, on key questions (trademark, patent, design patent, counterfeit, copyright…) in the attractive ASEAN area and beyond.

Feel free to contact us if you wish to meet one of our counsel on site.

Program and additional information are available on the APAA website.

Photo Eileen ZHANG

Vidon IP Law Group is proud to announce that our most distinguished colleague Eileen Zhang from the Shanghai office – already a People's Republic of China patent attorney – has passed the PRC bar exam. 

Hats off to you, Eileen! 恭喜恭喜!

帕特里斯·韦通先生发表于《CNRS在中国》第18期的2015年冬季刊的文章

现在,在中国管理和控制无形资产(专利、商标、版权、技术秘密......)以及合作关系,比在欧洲需要 有更多的专业要求和更大的预期空间。

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cnrsVidon IP Law Group was the honored sponsor of the celebrations organized for the 20th anniversary of the presence of the CNRS (the French National Centre for Scientific Research) in China, which were held in Beijing on 3 February 2015, in the presence of the Ambassador of France, Mr. Maurice Gourdault-Montagne, and the Director of the CNRS Office in China, Mr. Antoine Mynard. This event was a great opportunity to establish links, in a welcoming atmosphere, between the Chinese and French scientific communities.

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(Last update: January 15th, 2014)

Since the organic law n°2004-192 of February 27, 2004 on the independence status, French Polynesia has prerogatives regarding protection of IP rights. Patents, trademarks and designs are concerned, as well as utility certificates and semiconductor products topographies registered in France.

Law 2013-14 of May 6, 2013 (and its decree 1002/CM of July 22, 2013) defines the rules of protection of IP rights in Polynesia:
IP rights filed before the French PTO are protected in French Polynesia under the same conditions as those applied in France, to the condition of their admission by French Polynesia.

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