The Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, has appointed the qualified personalities of the Conseil supérieur de la propriété littéraire et artistique (CSPLA) for a period of three years, by decree of 20 August 2020.
Two new qualified personalities join the Conseil Supérieur:
- Mr Tristan Azzi, Professor of Law at the University of Paris 1,
- Emmanuel Gabla, General Mining Engineer, ARCEP member and former CSA member.
The president of the CSPLA, Olivier Japiot, welcomes the arrival of these two personalities with very complementary profiles that will enrich the reflections of the CSPLA.
It also welcomes the innovation of the appointment of honorary members, which will enable the CSPLA to continue to benefit from the experience of qualified personalities who have made an exceptional contribution to the work of the Council for many years. They are Mr. Pierre Sirinelli, associate professor of law at the University of Paris 1, Ms. Josée-Anne Bénazéraf, a lawyer at the court, and Mr. Jean Martin, a lawyer at the court.
The mandate of the Vice-President of the CSPLA, Anne-Elisabeth Crédeville, honorary advisor to the Court of Cassation, was also renewed for a period of three years.
The Minister also renewed as qualified individuals:
- Valérie-Laure Benabou, Professor of Law at the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Alexandra Bensamoun, Professor of Law at the University of Rennes I, Joëlle Farchy, Professor of Economics at the University of Paris 1, and Célia Zolynski, professor of law at the University of Paris 1,
- Jean-Philippe Mochon, State Councillor, and François Moreau, Professor of Economics at
the University of Paris 13.