Hoyng Rokh Monegier

Avenue des Nerviens 9-31Nerviërslaan
URL: http://www.hoyngrokhmonegier.com.

HOYNG MONEGIER is a specialised European intellectual property law boutique.
We are a top-tier IP law firm. We are dedicated to achieving innovative, practical and business-driven solutions for you and your IP issues. We pride ourselves in having extensive sector-knowledge.

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New MP for IP boutique Hoyng Rokh Monegier’s Brussels office

HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER’s Brussels partners have appointed Liesbeth Weynants as their new managing partner, succeeding Steven Cattoor.

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Benoît Strowel, a member of Hoyng Monegier’s and HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER’s executive committee since 2011, will succeed Willem Hoyng as managing partner. The other members of the executive committee are Bart van den BroekChristine KanzCarl De Meyer and Luis Fernandez-Novoa.


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New Managing Partner for Hoyng Rokh Monegier's Brussels Office

The Brussels office of Hoyng Rokh Monegier is pleased to announce that Steven Cattoor has been appointed Managing Partner, effective 1 January 2017.

Steven Cattoor succeeds Carl De Meyer, who has overseen the firm’s growth the past two years. 

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Hoyng Rokh Monegier wins two Managing IP Awards

Hoyng Rokh Monegier  won two awards, during last week’s Managing IP awards, which were held at the Savoy in London. The firm was nominated in 5 categories and finally our partners took home two awards: one for its Brussels office: Belgian litigation firm of the year and European Patent firm of the year

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Legislative initiatives on compulsory licensing in light of Covid-19

With more than 50 clinical trials underway for covid-19 related therapies, the question as to how and at what price such therapies will ultimately be made available becomes more pressing.

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Copyright in the Digital Single Market. Analysis and Implementation of the New Directive. Introducing the contractual rules.

To ensure the proper functioning of the copyright market, a third pillar dealing with fair renumeration in exploitation contracts of authors and performers is foreseen (1). In doing so, the EU legislature recognises the (usually) weaker contractual position of authors and performers when licensing or transferring their exclusive rights (2).

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Copyright in the Digital Single Market. Analysis and Implementation of the New Directive. Introducing the DSM Directive’s exceptions.

The European legislator has been forced to note the inadequacy of existing exceptions to the digital age in which we live: the use of works is taking place in new forms, and increasingly across borders. It has therefore decided to add to the existing exceptions and limitations (1), intended for more traditional modes of use and optional, new exceptions, adapted to digital uses and this time mandatory.

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Copyright in the Digital Single Market. Analysis and Implementation of the New Directive. Introducing the impact of Brexit on Copyright law.

Following the referendum of 23 June 2016 on the membership of the United Kingdom (« UK ») to the European Union (« EU ») (referendum on Brexit), the UK notified its intention to withdraw from the EU to the European Council on 29 March 2017. This officially activated the application of Article 50 of the Treaty on EU (1). 

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