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Brexit and intellectual property (IP)
The surprise following the result of the referendum, in which the United Kingdom decided to withdraw from the European Union was quickly replaced by the question of how this decision will affect daily life and the economy of the country. There are also doubts about how the legal system will function in the new reality [...]

State aid for the audiovisual market is more broadly acceptable under the EU law
Providing aid using public funds for entrepreneurs is prohibited, except for strictly defined cases. For the audiovisual sector however, new opportunities have appeared. In accordance with EU law, as a rule, providing aid to entrepreneurs using public funds is prohibited, except for strictly defined cases, laid down in EU law and in the practice of [...]

From Solférino to Luxembourg: The spirit of The Angelus painting before the Court of Justice of the European Union
Droit de suite.  The Orsay Museum, one of the top three museums in Paris, is located on the left bank of the River Seine, close to the “Solférino” metro station. There one can admire the most famous painting by Jean-François Millet – The Angelus (L’Angelus). It represents a 19th century European trend towards folklore and [...]

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