E-Reputation Law - a case study on e-reputation

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E-Reputation Law

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The authors

The content of this website was written by Peter Craddock, a lawyer in Brussels at the law firm DLA Piper, together with a former colleague, Sandrine Kinart (sections on e-reputation and market practices).

Peter Craddock

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Peter Craddock is an e-reputation lawyer in Brussels (Belgium) who specialises in commercial law, and in marketing law, intellectual property law and (industrial and information) technology law in particular. His practice is primarily geared towards the industrial and information technology industries, with a focus on IT (software and hardware) contracts and litigation, e-commerce, web advertising and data protection (privacy law). He also designed and coded this website.

Sandrine Kinart

Sandrine Kinart

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Sandrine Kinart specialises in (international) commercial law, and in marketing law, distribution law and intellectual property law in particular. Sandrine has notably gained broad experience in the field of market practices, advertising and trade mark law, and leads a team catering to the needs of the Fashion & Textile industry in this capacity.
Sandrine also published a comparative study on Price Reduction in Western Europe in collaboration with colleagues around Western Europe.

Special thanks to Stéphanie De Smedt and Pieter De Smedt, lawyers in Brussels, for their assistance with the Dutch version of the website.

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