The digital revolution facilitates counterfeiting and infringement of intellectual property rights. In the Internet era, this infringement can happen anywhere. It is carried out by an increasingly wide range of offenders, at times very experienced and sometimes completely unaware of the legal implications of their acts. The multiplication and diversification of these acts make their authors more difficult to identify with each passing day.
Dreyfus offers your company a service dedicated to monitoring specific Trademarks that enables immediate detection of violations that require the defense of your company rights. This system ensures a quick response to minimize the impact on your business and focus on a dispute resolution without legal proceedings.
To help you effectively fight against the violation of your intellectual property rights, the Dreyfus IPweb ® platform has an automated system that allows the systematic identification of similar domain names reserved in generic extensions (gTLDs) such as .Com, .net, .fr and .org, but also in geographic extensions such as .of, .co.uk, .jp, .it and new gTLDs (.skiing, .organic, .paris, .apps, etc.). Dreyfus IPweb ® also supports the monitoring of social networks and paid advertising. All these results are then analyzed by our lawyers who decide with your company the best way to bring resolution. Learn more about Dreyfus IPweb ®.
Monitoring of your company trademarks on the internet:
Monitoring of your company trademarks:
Posted on 13 February 2019
It was after a lengthy procedure that the French Supreme Court, the Cour of Cassation, in its judgment delivered by the Commercial Chamber on November 14, 2018, held that there was no likelihood of confusion between the prior mark ECOLAB and the contested mark KAIROS ECOLAB.
Posted on 5 February 2019
The famous Alsatian Choucroute (Sauerkraut) was finally recognized on July 3rd, 2018 as a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) at the European level.