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Splošna uredba o varstvu osebnih podatkov

Zanima me, ali boste imeli na voljo kakšen obrazec, ki ga bomo zaposleni v fitnes industriji lahko ponudili strankam v podpis, da se strinjajo z obdelavo njihovih osebnih podatkov?
Dear Media,

Given the current Mass Media interest around Apple and their successful Launch Event yesterday in California you may be interested in this very interesting story that is just breaking from Geneva Switzerland which provides an excellent Human sized contrast to the super High Tech Giants Technology domination.

The story touches Art, Technology, Intellectual Property, the Swinging Sixties and the Iconic Beatles.

Below you will find the link to the original Story that was published in today's Tribune de Genève as well as a complete English Translation of the Article.

Best Regards

Jules Petroz

Tribune de Genève, Wednesday 13 September 2017
Section: Litigation
Page 17.

Apple Inc. opposes the filing of the Apple Boutique brand by Genevan Jules Petroz.
The antiquarian argues that this name refers to the Beatles shop of 1967 and not to the American multinational.
Picture: Laurent Guiraud

To defend his concept, he fights against Apple

Antiquarian Jules Petroz is struggling with the American giant over a story of intellectual property.

By Anna Vaucher

It is a small arcade, 20 m2 at most, in front of which stands a wrought iron cart filled with books with yellowing pages.
In the shop window of Apple Boutique, at 1, rue de l'Ecole-de-Médecine, a pop painting surmounts African masks and some pearl jewels surround a tiny statue.
Jules Petroz, 56, is an antiquarian, from father to son, and dad of two daughters; a small trader like so many others in Geneva.
Yet a struggle with a giant is not ordinary.
His Goliath is Apple Inc., the multinational corporation that weighs more than 800 billion dollars, with which he has been struggling since last March over a story of intellectual property.

For some years, business has been difficult - competition from online auction houses is tough - he was thinking about a new concept to sell his objects via the Internet.
And decided to open an arcade - "To buy on the web, people need, to reassure themselves, to see that you have a physical address."
His idea? "Create a shop, a bit like a museum, with art objects and their derivatives.
If you cannot afford the painting you like, you can buy the t-shirt or the mug with its reproduction.
It's about combining the decorative side, traditional antiques, memorabilia and vintage objects."

Beatles Reference

A concept is good, but it still needs a name.
He thought very quickly of Apple Boutique, with a logo whose ultra sixties red letters form an apple.
"The reference has no connection with the American multinational, whose objects I appreciate," he indicates, pointing to his giant screen on a beautiful old table.

His own business model references the Beatles and their Apple shop, "popularly known as Apple Boutique".
Opened in 1967 with great pomp in Baker Street, London, it closed a few months later because of management issues.
"It's a tribute to the hippie epoch and iconic group of my childhood.
Paul McCartney defined his shop as a beautiful place where beautiful people could buy beautiful things.
I really like this idea."

Jules Petroz bought the domain name (, which happened to be available.
He registered it with the Commercial Register.
"But by selling online, I figured I was going to go beyond Switzerland.
So I decided to file my trademark with the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI)."
The deposit is validated, the decision published.

He was counting without opposition from Apple Inc., which within the imposed three-month deadline decided to oppose.
In its letter dated 8 March 2017, the renowned law firm Lenz & Staehelin points out that the Apple trademark and its logo are very similar to those of Apple Boutique and that the Geneva antique dealer could not ignore it.

Though it cannot comment on a procedure in progress, the IPI explains that in order to establish an opposition, "a mark must be older and protected for identical services".

For Nathalie Karam, Jules Petroz's lawyer, the sectors targeted by her client (flea markets, paintings, books, clothing ...) have nothing to do with those of Apple Inc.
"My client is a small passionate antique dealer.
His aim is not to open a chain of shops.
I have called the attorney of Apple Inc. on numerous occasions to discuss this, but he has not replied.
We have until September 15 to provide a brief with our arguments.
I suppose my colleague wants to consult before entering into negotiations."
It will be up to the IPI to decide if the proceedings are to continue.
The loser can then appeal to the Federal Administrative Court.

Cake Sharing

Though his means are limited, the small antique dealer wants to believe in his chances: "Apple Boutique has never been owned by anyone," says Jules Petroz.
I do not see how I can be criticized for naming my shop as it was called by the Beatles fifty years ago.
I just want to be left in my little arcade, which will never hurt Apple.
"Did he not show naivety in advancing along this path ?
"They can not have it all. We too have the right to live."

Lenz & Staehelin informed us that Apple Inc. did not wish to comment on "this administrative procedure of opposition against the registration of a trademark by a third party".


Envoyé de mon iPhone
Apple Boutique Vs APPLE Inc.

I have been an antique dealer in Geneva since 1985, and nothing has prepared me for one day being sued by the giant APPLE Corporation.

It all started in early 2016, when I opened a new shop, named Apple Boutique, at 1 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine in Geneva.

I listed it with the Trade Register, created the site, then registered the trademark with the Office for the Protection of Intellectual Property in Bern.

Which was granted to me.

Surprisingly, on the last day of the three month deadline to oppose it we received a letter, in German, from lawyers at the leading Swiss Law firm, Lenz & Staehelin, representing APPLE Inc. California, USA, informing us that APPLE Inc. is opposed to our registration of the "Apple Boutique".

To explain the choice of this name, I must briefly mention the concept behind the shop.

Over recent years the antiques trade has undergone many changes adapting to the challenges of new technologies and confronting the growing competition from online auction houses.

Many of the antique galleries have closed.

I looked for a new concept, combining the deco side, traditional antiques, souvenirs and vintage items.

I then recalled the Beatles Baker Street shop in London, that opened in 1967, called Apple which used an Apple logo and was known as the "Apple Boutique".

I thought it would be a beautiful tribute to the Beatles and the Hippie period of my childhood, so I called my shop the "Apple Boutique".

The vintage side, festive feel and the mixture of miscellaneous objects had seduced me.

Paul McCartney once defined his shop as "a beautiful place where beautiful people could buy beautiful things. "

In fact a fine bric à brac of art and objects.

Far from my initial aspirations, I now find myself compelled to fight for the legal right to register my own trademark.

To do this, I am represented by Ms. Nathalie Karam, karam/ who will be presenting my defense.

Jules Petroz
1 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine
1205 Genève
Tel +4178 7654321
[email protected]

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