The second session of our international webinar-series on recent decisions by the European Court of Justice in the area of Intellectual Property, Technology, Media and Communications took place on July 28th, 2015.
Session 2 dealt with the “Coty Germany” case (C-580/13). There was a brief summary of the facts, the outcome and the key findings of the Court as well as an explanation of the relevant level of EU-harmonization. After this our international lawyers reported on the changes brought upon the respective country by the courts findings (including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom).
Below you will find our presentation as used in the webinar session.
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- Frederik Leenen (summary of the facts, outcome and key findings)
- Egon Engin-Deniz (Austria)
- Tom Heremans (Belgium)
- Anne-Laure Villedieu (France)
- Frederik Leenen (Germany)
- Hendrik Struik (The Netherlands)
- Tom Scourfield (United Kingdom)