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[PI]2

Think outside the Box

What is [PI]2?

The Intellectual Property and Innovation Research Centre [PI] 2, founded in 2012, is part of the Faculty of Law of the University of Neuchâtel. Born of the Centre for Commercial Law, Fiscal Law and Innovation (CCFI) to which it has contributed since 2008, the [PI] 2, it considers the legal aspects of innovation from three principal angles, namely Intellectual Property Law, Commercial Law and Fiscal Law.

The approach followed is clearly multidisciplinary, as the Centre collaborates not only with the Health Law Institute (IDS) in the field of biotechnology, but also with specialists in Labour Law and Migration Law.

The interdisciplinary approach is taken because innovation only occurs in a favourable environment, not just in legal terms, but also politically, economically and socially, at national and international levels.

A study and skills centre open to the academic, economic and administrative sectors, [PI]2 organises numerous seminars, such as annual Start-ups, SMEs and Innovation day, and symposia on Fiscal Law.

Publications

  • Blockchains, Smart Contracts, Decentralised Autonomous Organisations and the Law, Daniel Kraus / Thierry Obrist / Olivier Hari (Ed.), Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham / Northampton 2019.

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  • Volume III du recueil de jurisprudence en matière de propriété intellectuelle, Propriété intellectuelle L'essentiel de la jurisprudence fédérale et cantonale 2014-2015, Nathalie Tissot / Anaïc Cordoba (Ed.), Université de Neuchâtel / Helbing Lichtenhahn, Bâle 2016.

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  • Le droit d'auteur des planificateurs, Daniel Kraus / Blaise Carron / Melanie Krüsi / Yann Férolles, Schulthess, Zurich 2015.

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  • Droit d'auteur et technologies de l'information et de la communication, Vincent Salvadé, Schulthess, Zurich 2015.

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  • Volume II du recueil de jurisprudence en matière de propriété intellectuelle, Propriété intellectuelle L'essentiel de la jurisprudence fédérale et cantonale 2012-2013, Nathalie Tissot / Julien Dubois / Anaïc Cordoba (Ed.), Université de Neuchâtel / Helbing Lichtenhahn, Bâle 2014.

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Articles

  • Pierre Cormon in : journal Entreprise romande (12.10.2018)

"Le droit n'est pas si dépourvu face à la blockchain"