Following the implementation of EU Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights, the French court's criteria to grant preliminary injunctions have changed. Stéphane Agasse explains.
Following the implementation of EU Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights under French patent law in 2007 and the publication of the corresponding implementing rules in 2008, the criteria adopted by the French courts to grant preliminary injunctions have also changed. Stéphane Agasse explains.
Changes to the IP law
Article L.615-3 CPI
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France, patents, invalidity, IP law, EU Directive 2004/48/EC