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In addition to traditional legal advising in matters of commercial law we are regularly charged with representation before national courts and authorities. The conduct of proceedings through the instances in civil law matters as well as in administrative and constitutional law matters is part of our daily work. The menu point "Litigation" contains further information on the conduct of proceedings and also gives insight into our services before international arbitral tribunals.
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Digital copying of protected books only with the consent of the copyright owner
Two authors of literary works applied to the French constitutional Court for the annulment of a decree which allowed the commercial use of "out-of-print books" in digital form. More
Use of secrets by enticed former employees
The defendants did not unfairly procure customer data or use this data to recruit the employees of the claimant during their work for the claimant. More
Microsoft asserted copyright claims against the defendant on the grounds of the infringement of its trademark rights due to the transfer of a product key to third parties. More
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