CEIPI's Newsletter n° 24 - February 20, 2013

CEIPI NEWS

Antonio CAMPINOS, new President of the CEIPI’s Administrative Board starting June 7, 2013

puedo comprar propecia sin receta At the CEIPI’s last board meeting held in Geneva on December 14, 2012, the members considered the succession to the position of President of the Administrative Board and unanimously decided to propose Antonio CAMPINOS, the present President of the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM).

tarif cialis 20mg The CEIPI is pleased to announce that Antonio CAMPINOS, after having obtained the necessary administrative authorizations, has accepted this new responsibility. Mr. CAMPINOS will officially take office as President of the Administrative Board of the CEIPI at the board’s next meeting on June 7, 2013, in Strasbourg. He will succeed Francis GURRY, Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

Of Portuguese nationality, Mr. CAMPINOS studied at the universities of Montpellier and Nancy and held positions in the banking and public administration sector in Portugal.

Due to his vast international experience in the intellectual property field, Mr. CAMPINOS became Head of the Portuguese National Institute of Industrial Property in 2005. He was Chairman of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Legal Development of the Madrid System for the International Registration of Marks at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) between 2005-2008. Mr. CAMPINOS was member of the Administrative Council of the EPO from 2005 to 2010, and Chairman of the Administrative Board of the OHIM in 2007 before being appointed as its President on October 1, 2010.

You can download the press release.

Christophe GEIGER reelected Director General and Director of the Research Department of the CEIPI

At its last meeting held at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva on December 14, 2012, forum ou acheter cialis the Administrative Board of the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) reelected Christophe GEIGER as Director General of the CEIPI and of its Research Department.

At the board meeting, Christophe GEIGER presented a review of his term in office and of the strategic project of the CEIPI in the areas of training and research, elaborating on three endeavors: to consolidate, adapt and develop the achievements of the CEIPI, to enhance the reach of the CEIPI and to develop its research activities.

Christophe GEIGER was reelected unanimously by the Administrative Council of the CEIPI for a second term as Director General, effective September 1, 2013, and as Director of the Research Department, effective January 1, 2013.

The Council warmly congratulated Christophe GEIGER for his efforts in developing the European and international reputation of the CEIPI. It also welcomed the excellent results of the CEIPI and particularly approved the synergy between the general management and research that underpins the two fundamental objectives of the CEIPI, namely teaching and research in the field of intellectual property.

Thierry DEBLED appointed Director of the International section of the CEIPI

watch Christophe GEIGER, General Director of the CEIPI, has appointed Thierry DEBLED, associate professor at the CEIPI, to the position of Director of the International section.

 At the last meeting of the Administrative Council that was held at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva on December 14, 2012, the board expressed its full approval and support of the nomination of Thierry DEBLED to the position of Director of the International section of the CEIPI. Professor DEBLED has been in charge of coordinating the basic training program and the preparation of the European Qualifying Examination for several years.

Laure Marino joins the CEIPI's Research Department

We are pleased to announce that peut on acheter du cialis sans ordonnance Laure Marino wo viagra bestellen forum Professor at the Law Faculty of the University of Strasbourg, has joined the CEIPI's Research Department. Laure Marino is specialized in intellectual property law and in IT law (IP/IT) and directs the Master 2 “Droit de l’économie numérique” and the training program C2i (certificat Informatique et Internet) level 2 “Métiers du droit” in Strasbourg.

Click here to learn more about Laure Marino.

EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES

CEIPI organizes the National Mock Trial Competition in Intellectual Property

CEIPI organizes the 5th edition of the National Mock Trial Competition in Intellectual Property to be held in Strasbourg from here March 20 to 22, 2013.

This competition is open to students http://azuqueca.es/?farmacia=genericos-de-propecia-1-mg&0c0=93 in Masters of Laws 2 (LLM) at national level preparing for career in intellectual property. For further information, download the files below or see the website  www.cn2pi.fr.

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Basic Training Course

Concerning the Basic Training Courses for the academic year 2012/13, new courses will start in Spring 2013 in Barcelona, Milan, London and Vienna. The courses in Basel, Berlin, Ludwigshafen and Zurich have started very recently.

For further information and enrolment, please contact the international section of the CEIPI: Christiane Melz, head of administration (christiane.melz@ceipi.edu), Mélanie Walbrou, training assistant (lanie.walbrou@ceipi.edu)

Beginning of the academic year for the Master 2 (LLM) of Intellectual Property Law and Management (MIPLM) and the "Trademarks and designs" course, in long tuition

On viagra alternative January 21, the CEIPI welcomed the new students from the Master 2 (LLM) of Intellectual Property Law and Management (MIPLM). This training is addressed particulary to Patent attorneys, IP experts and practitioners with a minimum of three years experience in the Intellectual property field.

Click on the picture to download the brochure.

For further information, please contact the registrar, Isabelle Christ at: isabelle.christ@ceipi.edu

On follow site February 11, the CEIPI welcomed the new students from the "Trademarks and designs" course, in long tuition. This training brings together engineers and scientists who are already enrolled in the "Patent course" and lawyers who wish to specialize specifically in the field of Trademarks and designs.

For further information, please contact the French Section: Maria Schmitt maria.schmitt@ceipi.edu or Sabine Zorn sabine.zorn@ceipi.edu ; tel. (+33) 3 68 85 88 00

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

CEIPI series of lectures "Institutional, political and social perspectives on intellectual property"

"The new challenges for a national industrial property office ; the vision of the Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle (INPI)" by Yves Lapierre

Within the framework of the CEIPI series of lectures "Institutional, political and social perspectives on intellectual property", CEIPI is happy to invite you to the public lecture to be held on Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 5.30 pm. 

Yves Lapierre
, Director General of the INPI (Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle), will give a presentation on the topic: "The new challenges for a national industrial property office ; the vision of the Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle (INPI)".

You can download the poster of this event and the presentation of this serie of lectures.

"The European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights: its role and projects" by Paul Maier

Within the framework of the CEIPI series of lectures "Institutional, political and social perspectives on intellectual property", CEIPI is happy to invite you to the public lecture to be held on Friday, March 15, 2013 at 11.00 am.

Paul Maier, Director of the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights at the OHIM (Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market), will give a presentation on the topic: "The European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights: its role and projects".

You can download the poster of this event.

CEIPI series of lectures : (RE)thinking Intellectual Property, Fundamental Questions and New Perspectives

"Double identity of signs and goods in trade mark law: just a piracy issue?" by Marco Ricolfi

Marco Ricolfi, Professor at the Turin University (Italy) and Director of the Intellectual Property Master organized by WIPO and the Turin University, will give a presentation on February 28, 2013 at 5.30 pm. within the framework of the series of lectures : "(RE)thinking Intellectual Property, Fundamental Questions and New Perspectives" on the topic:

"Double identity of signs and goods in trade mark law: just a piracy issue?"

Graeme Dinwoodie, Professor at the University of Oxford (United Kingdom) and Director of the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, will act as commentator and the conference will be followed by a debate with the audience, moderated by Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI.

You can download the program of this public lecture and the presentation of the CEIPI's series of lectures (event validated by the continuing training programme for lawyers).

"From Copyright to users rights: the example(?) of Canada" by Ysolde Gendreau

Ysolde Gendreau, Professor at the University of Montréal (Canada), will give a presentation on March 12, 2013 at 5.30 pm. within the framework of the series of lectures : "(RE)thinking Intellectual Property, Fundamental Questions and New Perspectives", on the topic:

"From Copyright to users rights: the example(?) of Canada".

The presentation will be followed by a debate with the audience, moderated by Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI.

You can download the program of this public lecture.

"Comparative Study of employee invention systems in major countries (U.S., U.K., Germany, France and Japan) and Proposal of the Best Practice" by Toshiko Takenaka

Toshiko Takenaka, Professor at the Washington School of Law, Seattle (U.S.A.) and visiting Professor at CEIPI, will give a presentation on April 03, 2013 at 5.30 pm. within the framework of the series of lectures : "(RE)thinking Intellectual Property, Fundamental Questions and New Perspectives", on the topic:

"Comparative Study of employee invention systems in major countries (U.S., U.K., Germany, France and Japan) and Proposal of the Best Practice".

The presentation will be followed by a debate with the audience, moderated by Yves Reboul, Director of the French section at CEIPI.

You can download the program of this public lecture.

"Intellectual Property Rights and Investment Law: the new frontier" by Bryan Mercurio

Bryan Mercurio, Professor of Law and Associate Dean (Research) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), will give a presentation on April 22, 2013 at 5.30 pm. within the framework of the series of lectures : "(RE)thinking Intellectual Property, Fundamental Questions and New Perspectives", on the topic:

"Intellectual Property Rights and Investment Law: the new frontier".

The presentation will be followed by a debate with the audience, moderated by Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI.

You can download the program of this public lecture.

EIPIN Conference organized by the CEIPI in Strasbourg at the European Court of Human Rights on the topic: "Human Rights and Intellectual Property: From Concepts to Practice"

From April 5 to 7, 2013, the CEIPI will organize and host the Congress of the European Intellectual Property Institutes Network (EIPIN). To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the entry into force of the European Convention on Human Rights, the Congress, entitled "Human Rights and Intellectual Property: From Concepts to Practice", will attempt to take stocks of the emerged, often complex, relationship between the two areas of law, which are now firmly rooted in the European and international legal order. The conference is being organized under the academic direction of Christophe Geiger, Associate Professor, Director General and Director of the Research Department of CEIPI.

The conference will explore practical and doctrinal implications of human rights on intellectual property law and case-law. In particular, the conference will scrutinize issues related to the role of human rights in development of the balanced intellectual property legal framework, practices of European courts and quasi-judicial bodies, and it will attempt to identify legal significance of different human rights for exercise of intellectual property rights. This noteworthy event will feature an array of intellectual property and human rights experts and practitioners of world renown.

Click here to download the list of the participants.

More information will be made available on the CEIPI website very soon.

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (source: Council of Europe)

CEIPI and the Office of Theoretical and Applied Economics (BETA) launch a collaborative research project in law and economics of Intellectual Property

With the beginning of the New Year, CEIPI launched an interdisciplinary research project in law and economics of intellectual property together with the Office of Theoretical and Applied Economics (BETA) at University of Strasbourg.  The project, entitled "The strategic role of IP and the necessary (re)construction of intellectual property law in a new economic, technological and social environment" intends to develop research capacities along avenues such as open innovation, strategic use of intellectual property rights and IP enforcement, among others.

The project is carried out under the direction of Dr. Christophe Geiger, Director General of CEIPI and Professor Julien Pénin from BETA. In order to implement the research initiative, Agnieszka Kupzok (kupzok@unistra.fr) has been recruited as a postdoctoral researcher and will serve as a project leader.

To learn more about the project click here.

Patentability Standards and Patent Quality, A Comparative Approach

CEIPI launches a new research project in the area of patent law, which will address patentability standards and how they relate with the broader issue of patent quality. This project is convened in the context of the 2012 cooperation agreement between the Centre d’Études Internationales sur la Propriété Intellectuelle (CEIPI) and Centro de Estudios Interdisciplinarios de Derecho Industrial y Económico (CEIDIE), of the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. In this context, CEIPI professors and researchers will work in collaboration with representatives of the Patent Offices at European and national levels, while CEIDIE members will work with the Argentinean National Institute of Industrial Property and other offices in Latin American countries. The overall goal is to detect and compare trends not only on both sides of the Atlantic but also globally regarding the shared goal of promoting patent quality. Together with Europe and Argentina, countries such as India, Colombia and other emerging countries will also be the focus of a research that will pay particular attention to the area of pharmaceutical products.

The first planning meeting will take place in Strasbourg next April 2013.

At CEIPI, the project will be conducted under the academic direction of Christophe Geiger, Director General and Director of the Research Department of CEIPI, and Xavier Seuba, Senior Associate Researcher at CEIPI.

In this picture, you can see Carlos Correa, Professor and Director of the CEIDIE, University of Buenos Aires and Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI, at the signature of the agreement between the CEIPI and the CEIDIE on June 6, 2012 (click on the picture to enlarge).

Contact: Xavier Seuba (xavier.seuba@ceipi.edu)

Publication of a book edited by Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI: "Constructing European Intellectual Property: Achievements and New Perspectives"

The CEIPI and its Research Department is pleased to inform you about the publication of the first volume in the new European Intellectual Property Institutes Network series (Edward Elgar Publishing), edited by Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI.

In the European Intellectual Property Institutes Network series (Edward Elgar Publishing), "Constructing European Intellectual Property: Achievements and New Perspectives" offers a comprehensive assessment of the current state of intellectual property legislation in Europe and gives direction on how an improved system might be achieved. Publication date: January 25, 2013.

Click on the poster for more complete description of the book. Click here to by this book online.

Upcoming Publication in the CEIPI Collection: "What Patent law for the European Union?"

The CEIPI and its Research department are pleased to inform you about the upcoming publication of a new volume in the CEIPI collection (Lexis-Nexis-Litec Edition) edited by Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI entitled:

"What Patent Law for the European Union?" / "Quel droit des brevets pour l’Union européenne ?"

The European Patent System stands at a crossroads. Although an agreement on a European Union patent was expected, the creation of such an instrument ran up against several difficulties. As a consequence, the implementation of a European patent with “unitary effect” through the mechanism of enhanced co-operation was decided. At the same time, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) issued a negative opinion on the legislative proposals to create a European Patent Court which, in turn, led to the preparation of a revised text that sparked major debates. The need to reflect on the future of the patent system in the European Union is felt as never before.

In this context, the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) brought together renowned academics, eminent professionals, judges, and institutional representatives active in the field of intellectual property for a conference on the topic “What Patent Law for the European Union?” held on 26 and 27 April 2012 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

This book presents the results of this important event and proposes areas for further consideration with a view to the development of an effective and balanced legal and judicial framework for patents
within the European Union.

The book takes into account the texts adopted by the European Parliament on December 11, 2012 concerning the approval of the Regulations 1257/2012/UE and 1260/2012/UE implementing enhanced cooperation in the area of the creation of unitary patent protection.

Click here to download the purchase form or you can go directly to the online sales website http://boutique.lexisnexis.fr/jcshop3/

Upcoming publication in the CEIPI Collection: "The Contribution of Case Law to the Construction of the Intellectual Property in Europe"

The CEIPI and its research Department are pleased to inform you about the upcoming publication of a new volume in the CEIPI collection (Lexis-Nexis-Litec Edition) edited by Christophe Geiger,  Director General of the CEIPI, entitled:

"The Contribution of Case Law to the Construction of the Intellectual Property in Europe"

The elaboration of European Intellectual Property Law is a work in progress. The Courts of the European Union, as well as the Boards of Appeal of the various European and Community Offices, are increasingly being asked to interpret different concepts of European law; Thereby, they contribute substantially to defining the contours of this emerging legal framework and are thus an important channel for harmonisation. However, the guidelines provided by judges are not always clear, making it sometimes difficult to understand the exact scope of European Intellectual Property Legislation.

The aim of this collective work is to attempt an analysis of such case-law and to highlight its contribution to the European construction of copyright law, design law, trademark law (especially with regard to keywords advertising), patent law (in particular concerning the notion of patentable invention), plant varieties protection, geographical indications, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. The increased use of competition law and of fundamental rights in EU case-law in the field of intellectual property will also be addressed.

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Christophe Geiger, Director General of CEIPI, founding member of the European Copyright Society / Opinion on the Svensson case (C-466/12)

The European Copyright Society (ECS) was founded in January 2012 with the aim of creating a platform for critical and independent scholarly thinking on European Copyright Law. Its members are renowned scholars and academics from various countries of Europe, seeking to promote their views of the overall public interest in the construction of European Copyright Law.

The European Copyright Society was initiated by Professor Lionel Bently, Director of the Centre of Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL), University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), Professor Séverine Dusollier, Director of the Centre de recherche information, droit et société (CRIDS), University of Namur (Belgium), Professor Reto M. Hilty, Director of the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law, Munich (Germany), Professor P. Bernt Hugenholtz, Director of the Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Christophe Geiger, Director General and Director of the Research Department, Centre d'Etudes Internationales de la Propriété Intellectuelle (CEIPI), University of Strasbourg (France), who are its founding members.

On 15 February 2013, the European Copyright Society issued an opinion on the Svensson case (Case C-466/12), referred for a preliminary ruling from the Svea hovrätt (Sweden) on 18 October 2012.

CEIPI Students Master Thesis

We would like to inform our readers of the publication online of five thesis by students of the CEIPI from the academic year 2011-2012:

- "The concept of trade mark series: Origin and implications for the scope of protection" by Maxime Diotunder the direction of Yves Reboul, Professor at the University of Strasbourg and former Director General of CEIPI and Gregor Schneider, Litigator of the OHIM before the Court of Justice.

- "Le secret des affaires" by Maxime Dupas, under the direction of Yves Reboul, Professor at the University of Strasbourg and former Director General of the CEIPI and Yann Basire, Associate Professor at the University of Orléans and lecturer at the CEIPI.

- "La protection du nom des évènements sportifs par le Droit des marques" by Mathilde Francès, under the direction of Yves Reboul, Professor at the University of Strasbourg and former Director General of the CEIPI and Yann Basire, Associate Professor at the University of Orléans and lecturer at the CEIPI.

- "Le référencement sur l’internet : menace ou opportunité pour les titulaires de droits de propriété intellectuelle ?" by Nicolas Le Pays du Teilleul, under the direction of Yves Reboul, Professor at the University of Strasbourg and former Director General of the CEIPI and Céline Meyrueis, Associate Professor at the University of Strasbourg and Director of Studies of the CEIPI.

- "La dilution des marques renommées" by Marie Pinson, under the direction of Adrien Bouvel, Associate Professor at the University of Strasbourg and lecturer at the CEIPI.

- "YESWE.CANN ! L’ouverture de la racine de l’internet opérée par l’ICANN à travers la création d’un nouveau type de TLD" by Chloé Prault, under the direction of Adrien Bouvel, Associate Professor at the University of Strasbourg and lecturer at the CEIPI.

- "Le choix de photographie comme marque" by Jérôme Sujkowski, under the direction of Yves Reboul, Professor at the University of Strasbourg and former Director General of the CEIPI.

Click here to download these works.

PARTICIPATION OF THE CEIPI TEAM TO SYMPOSIUMS, CONFERENCES AND OTHER EVENTS

Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI, at the "Colloquium on Innovation Policy", organized by the New York University School of Law

Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI, will participate in the "Colloquium on Innovation Policy" organized by the New York University School of Law on Thursday, March 28, 2013.

Mr Geiger will speak on the topic: "Criminalizing" IP law? The rise of criminal enforcement at regional and global level.

Click here for a description of the programme.

Stéphanie Carre and Franck Macrez at the Sino-German Conference “Cross Border Cooperative Innovation and Intellectual Property” at the Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China

Stéphanie Carre and Franck Macrez, Associate Professors at the CEIPI, will participate in the Sino-German Conference jointly Organized by The Chinese-Germany Institute of IP, Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST) and The Chair for Corporate & IP Law, Technische Universität München (TUM), to be held at the Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China, from April 19 to 20, 2013, on the topic "Cross Border Cooperative Innovation and Intellectual Property".

Within the framework of Session 1: "Intellectual Property Issues in International Trade", Stéphanie Carre will speak on April 19 on the topic: "The question of IPRs justification and its implications".

Within the framework of Session 2: "Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property", Franck Macrez will speak on April 19 on the topic: "Legal risk management and technology transfer: know-how and patent issues".

Click here to download the Draft Program of this conference.

The CEIPI at the EIPIN Congress "Treatment Equal or No-Less Favourable of Citizens in a Globalizing World" at the Maastricht University (The Netherlands)

The Advanced Master in Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management (LLM/MSc) offered at the Maastricht University (The Netherlands) has joined the EIPIN Network (European Intellectual Property Institutes Network) and organized from January 31 to February 2, 2013 the first congress for the year 2012-2013 on the topic "Treatment Equal or No-Less Favourable of Citizens in a Globalizing World".

The CEIPI is member of the EIPIN Network and participated in this event. Christophe Geiger, Director General of the CEIPI, Oleksandr Bulayenko and Franciska Schönherr, research assistants at the CEIPI, participated to the EIPIN Doctoral seminar which took place on January 30 and 31, 2013.

Christophe Geiger acted as commentator.

Oleksandr Bulayenko spoke on the topic "Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights: Towards the True Multi-Territorial and Multi-Repertoire Licensing in the European Union”.

Franciska Schönherr spoke on the topic "The Construction of an EU Copyright Law  - Opportunities and Perspectives".

You can download the program of this event.

Laure Marino speaks about intellectual property in the radio broadcast "Fréquence Europe"

On January 30, 2013, from 7:30 pm. till 8 pm., Laure Marino, member of the CEIPI's Research Department, spoke about intellectual property in Europe and specifically about the Unitary Patent and copyright in the online environment, in the french radio broadcast "Fréquence Europe" hosted by Olivier Singer. Click here to listen to this program in streaming. The podcast can be downloaded.

On February 13, 2013, from 7:30 pm. till 8 pm., Laure Marino, spoke about Internet law in Europe and specifically about the neutrality of the Internet and the protection of personal data, in the french radio broadcast "Fréquence Europe" hosted by Olivier Singer. Click here to listen to this program in streaming. The podcast can be downloaded.

MISCELLANEOUS

Yann Basire, awarded the Prize for the best thesis in private law

We are pleased to announce that Yann Basire, Associate Professor at the University of Orléans, who defended his thesis at the CEIPI, was awarded by the Faculty of Law of Strasbourg, the Prize for the best thesis in private law (September 2011 - September 2012).

Yann Basire has been rewarded for his thesis "The functions of a Trade Mark: Essay on the Coherence of the Legal Regime Governing a Distinctive Sign" written under the supervision of Professor Yves Reboul, Director of the French section at the CEIPI.

The award ceremony was held under the high patronage of Jean-Louis Debré, President of the Constitutional Council, at the Faculty of Law of Strasbourg on December 13, 2012.

CEIPI – New building planned for 2015

The building planned for the "Pôle de compétence en propriété intellectuelle" (PCPI) and for the "Pôle d’administration publique de Strasbourg" (PAPS) will be situated in the historic confines of the public hospital of Strasbourg in the center of the European capital. It is destined to house a new groundbreaking group of institutions whose aim is to become a center of academic excellence in the fields of intellectual property, public administration and European and international studies.

The Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) will join with the "Institut européen entreprise et propriété intellectuelle" (IEEPI) and the regional delegation of the "Institut national de la propriété industrielle" (INPI) to form the PCPI.

The construction of this new 13 000 m2 building for 2200 students will begin, following archeological excavations, in the month of March 2013 and is scheduled to be completed in the course of 2015 (Contracting authority: City of Strasbourg; project management: architects “Intégral Lipsky + Rollet”). 

The CEIPI will have the pleasure of welcoming its students, its academic staff, its research team and its administrative staff in this new institutional setting as of September 2015.

Click on the pictures to enlarge (Photo credits : Agency Lipsky + Rollet Architectes).

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