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top tier firms, Legal 500, Crefovi

Legal 500 recommends Crefovi in intellectual property category

London IP law firm Crefovi recommended by Legal 500 in the practice area “Intellectual property – boutique”. Awesome! Legal 500 recommends Crefovi in intellectual property category! Indeed, Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2015 has recommended London IP law firm Crefovi in the following practice area: “France – Intellectual property – Boutiques – Other more »

Trade secrets, directive, INFO magazine,

Protection of trade secrets and craftsmanship: what is in the works?

In the legal field, craftsmanship is usually referred to as “know-how” or “trade secrets”. Unlike trademarks, copyright, designs and patents, trade secrets – which are an integral part of the creative strategy of 75% of companies in the European Union (“EU”) – do not currently benefit from strong protection granted by a harmonised and set more »

Art world in 2015, crefovi, private art investor, Annabelle Gauberti

The art world in 2015: 15 expert views | Private Art Investor

What does 2015 hold in store for the art world? As 2014 draws to a close, Private Art Investor spoke to 15 key figures in the art world to discover their predictions and preoccupations for the coming year. Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of Crefovi, was interviewed by the Private Art Investor, to give her predictions more »

Private Art Investor, art law, crefovi, Annabelle Gauberti, street art

How to buy & sell ‘real’ street art | Private Art Investor

Many people want to collect street art, but there are issues with taking it directly from the street. How to buy & sell ‘real’ street art? Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of the London and Paris art law firm Crefovi, and president of ialci explains the issues you need to be aware of. Read it in more »

corporate art collectors, corporate art collection, crefovi, art law

Manual for use by the corporate art collector

In the past, major collectors would buy larger houses to show their art works. Now, many private collectors – in particular corporate art collectors – find or build large spaces to show their art and then continue to buy art to exhibit within them. Increasingly, private collectors are taking on the role of non-profit institutions more »