The Timepiece Signed by Christophe Claret an Exce


first_imgThe Timepiece Signed by Christophe Claret, an Exceptional Object Marking the 20th Anniversary of the Manufacture.The Manufacture Christophe Claret, based in Le Locle, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and has developed an exclusive timepiece for the occasion.Named DualTow, it is a faithful reflection of the watchmaking philosophy inherent to Christophe Claret. Housing several inventions including one patented innovation, this single-pusher planetary-gear chronograph with striking mechanism and tourbillon expresses a combination of technical excellence and sophisticated aesthetics.Both inherently provocative and unmistakably original, this commemorative model is naturally available in a limited edition only, composed of 68 watches – each unique in its kind. In step with current demand and the new luxury codes that give customers the freedom of inventing their own version of an object, Christophe Claret offers them a chance to personalise their own DualTow thanks to the “configurator”.Click for the Birth of the Dualtow Videowww.dualtow.chlast_img read more

Identifying Concerns Relating to Intellectual Property


first_imgThis video is part of a series that was created to provide insights on the top 9 legal issues technology companies face as they move through the expansion stage. One road your company doesn’t want to traverse is the one that leads to a court appearance because of legal troubles.Legal issues are an unavoidable concern for businesses. But before your company infringes any copyrights, you should familiarize yourself with the potential pitfalls you’re a business might encounter through its operations. Intellectual property is a particularly sensitive issue that is the root cause for many legal headaches. Your competition will likely outline their jurisdiction and it’s your duty to not encroach on their property.When it comes to technology and law, intellectual property may not always be outlined in definitive terms. In other words, you may be tasked with interpreting your limitations. Unlike a software license agreement, which is spelled out in plain English, intellectual property is more nuanced and less definitive in terms of its description.However, if you ever find yourself in court over an intellectual property infringement, you’ll quickly see that it’s possible to vividly detail aspects of intellectual property. Watch this video from OpenView Labs for more information on this topic.Tune in next week to get the facts on the next issue. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more