INSCRIPTA meets businesses at Paris Chamber of Commerce

Publié en October 2017

INSCRIPTA is proud to be an official partner of Paris Chamber of Commerce for the next International Business Meetings taking place 27 November 2017 in Paris.

The event is dedicated to helping companies expand their business overseas by meeting experts on various international matters.

INSCRIPTA will be hosting a workshop on:

Intellectual Property and Online Business

Keys to international success

INSCRIPTA’s stand will

Unjustified threats in IP: a French case

Publié en October 2017

While the UK Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 is in force since the 1st of October 2017, there exists no specific provisions in the French IP Law governing the forms of a letter containing a communication or a threat to bring infringement proceedings against someone, that would distinguish between actionable threats and permitted communications. The French common civil liability law is therefore applicable.

According to the French courts, in order

CNCPI Workshop – Digital Business and IP

Publié en October 2017

CNCPI Workshop is the annual event intended to businesses and individuals to increase information and promote public awareness on intellectual property issues.

The French Patent and Trademark Attorneys Institute (CNCPI), will organize the 2017 workshop on 7 November 2017 in several major French cities on the topic: “Digital Business and IP”.

It will address all necessary and useful legal advice to run a successful

Tax credit for patents in France

Publié en June 2017

There is a specific tax credit mechanism in France known as “Credit d’impôt recherche” or tax credit for research (TCR). The mechanism provides for a tax credit equal to 30% of research and development (R&D) expenses up to 100 million euros and equal to 5% above that amount.

The system is highly valuable for industrial, commercial or agricultural companies.

French General Tax Regulations give a list of R&D expenses that

Changes of name or address must be registered with IP offices

Publié en March 2017

When a company changes its name or address, it is advisable to register said changes for all its trademarks, designs and patents with the IP registers in order to update the owner’s identification details for all industrial property titles.

This ensures an up-to-date and uniform portfolio of IP titles, and enables the owner to initiate both administrative and judicial procedures without having to deal with problems of urgent regularisation and/or

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