They're calling it the "font war" in France and this case will have big implications for our industry, particularly when it comes to the questions of original work and when one typeface is too close to another. Thought it interesting to share it here. Also big example of what the indemnity clause in all the custom type contracts means, and why business insurance is highly recommended.
A journalist who was at the public hearing tweeted about it:
Article (auto translation, fyi police = font):