The Higher Council for Literary and Artistic Property is responsible for advising the Minister responsible for Culture on literary and artistic property.
The High Council completes a observatory function the exercise and respect of copyright and related rights and the monitoring of developments in practices and markets. It may initiate studies and propose measures on French literary and artistic property abroad. He may assist in dispute resolution relating to the application of the relevant legislation on matters which call into question the collective interests of the professions.
The CSPLA aims to answer new questions copyright and related rights through the rise of the Internet and digital. It constitutes a single forum for dialogue and consultation between the different actors concerned (authors, artists, producers, publishers, broadcasters, service providers, consumers, users).
As part of the mission entrusted to them in November 2021 by Olivier Japiot, President of the CSPLA (Conseil supérieur de la propriété littéraire et artistique (CSPLA), Célia Zolynski, professor at the University Paris-Panthéon Sorbonne,...
CSPLA launches mission on open access publication of research articles under “open science” policies
Travaux et publications
- Les minutes of plenary sessions Provide an exhaustive account of the exchanges held within the Council in its diversity, concerning the various ongoing work of the Council and current events in the field of copyright and related rights, in particular through hearings. The plenary sessions are also an opportunity to take stock of the recent relevant case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Court of Cassation;
- Les reports and opinions of committees are documents drawn up on a given theme in specialised committees (working groups bringing together all the members of the Council who so wish as well as external personalities), then discussed and adopted in plenary session, before being forwarded to the Minister;
- Les mission reports and opinions are the result of ad hoc studies entrusted to a member of the Council or to an external expert in order to enlighten in independence, while consulting and hearing the actors concerned, the public authorities on a specific subject.
- Les activity reports are issued annually by the President of the CSPLA, who thus reports on the work of the Council to the Minister responsible for Culture. It shall be informed of the action taken by the Government on its proposals and recommendations.