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Crefovi, the law firm focused on creative industries, with offices in London and Paris, advises the luxury & fashion, sports & esports, gaming & hospitality, film, music & entertainment, art, life sciences, and high tech sectors, among other creative industries.

Crefovi and its team members are recognised as top law firm and practitioners, respectively, by several legal directories, such as Chambers, Legal 500, Best LawyersLeaders LeagueIFLR 1000IP Stars and World Trademark Review 1000

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Arbitration in France & the UK: who has the upper hand?

Arbitration in France & the UK

In the aftermath of Brexit, which has made the enforcement of civil and commercial courts judgments, from the European Union (‟EU”) (and France, in particular) to the United Kingdom (‟UK”), and vice versa, much more difficult and opaque, the option to resolve disputes by way of arbitration has become more appealing. Indeed, as explained in…

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Microsoft & Activision Blizzard: competition authorities move towards merger control

Microsoft & Activision Blizzard

Since Microsoft announced its acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the largest independent video games’ developer and publisher worldwide, competitors and national competition authorities alike have been busy, around the world, in assessing the potential substantial lessening of competition that such a large deal may entail. Let’s dive in, and assess where this acquisition is at, in…

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Sports arbitration & CAS: what key issues need to be addressed by CAS?

Sports arbitration & CAS

Resolving disputes in the sports’ world is often seen as an opaque and ‟old boys’ network” affair: are these prejudices justified? If so, does CAS do all it can to adequately address such issues, and ensure that its arbitration processes are fair, inclusive, impartial and independent? What are the hot topics on which CAS needs…

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