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New decree for ‘.fr’ defines legitimate interest and bad faith


World Trademark Review Daily
In October 2010 the French Constitutional Court ruled that certain provisions of the French Posts and Electronic Communications Code were unconstitutional (for further details please see “Rules applicable to '.fr' domain names found to be unconstitutional”). As a consequence, new legislation (Articles L45 ff of the code) was adopted on March 22 2011 (see “Alternative dispute resolution procedures for ‘.fr’ suspended”).


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