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06.28.2012

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Ernst&Young made for the Forum d’Avignon an international comparison of the intellectual property in the countries of the G20. Law enforcement, pedagogy and alliances, support for authors and protection of investments, development of innovation and technical issues are detailed.

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The study Ernst&Young : « The intellectual property in a digital era”

Ernst&Young made for the Forum d’Avignon an international comparison of the intellectual property in the countries of the G20. Law enforcement, pedagogy and alliances, support for authors and protection of investments, development of innovation and technical issues are detailed.

The study was made by International Media & Entertainment Network, with the help of Ernst & Young Continental Europe Law network, the Ernst & Young Knowledge center and the members of the work group of the Forum d’Avignon. The research work is supplemented by interviews of artists, jurists, economists, politicians and company representatives.

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The interview of artists on the theme of intellectual proprety, a study led by the Forum d’Avignon

The Forum d’Avignon interviewed 25 international artists on the theme of intellectual property

 

Points of view:

  • Françoise Benhamou, professor, economist :

“The copyright from an economic point of view”

  • Lorena Boix Alonso, Deputy Head of Cabinet of Neelie Kroes :

“Tendances and stakes of copyright”

  • Olivier Bomsel, economist :

“Intellectual proprety, a recent concept”

  • Nicolas Dussart, Deputy Director General of Marigny Theater :

"Intellectual property, the Marigny theater”

  • Laurence Franceschini, General Manager of the media and cultural industries, Ministry of culture and communication :

“Intellectual property on the international agenda”

  • Pierre-Yves Gautier, law professor :

“Intellectual property, Law enforcement stakes”

  • Bernard Miyet, Chairman of the Board of the SACEM :

“How is it possible to enforce copyright in the digital environment ?”

  • Thaima Samman, Partner, Cabinet Sammar :

“Copyright 2.0”

 

Videos of the Forum

Debates of the Forum d’Avignon 2011 :

with Patricia Barbizet, James Boyle and Olivier Bomsel.

with Olivier Bomsel, Patricia Barbizet, James Boyle and Bruno Perrin.

with Patricia Barbizet, Francis Gurry, Elisabeth Niggemann and David Drummond.

with Neelie Kroes, Patricia Barbizet, Francis Gurry, David Drummond, Elisabeth Niggeman, Fedele Confalonieri and Victoria Espinel.

with Victoria Espinel, Patricia Barbizet, Neelie Kroes and Olivier Zelnik.

Questions

 

Interviews :

 

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