IP practitioners are still waiting to see how the latest EU Trademark Directive will be implemented in France, with many concerned that the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) will not have the resources to effectively handle nullity proceedings anytime soon. As for the legal services market, it remains slanted towards long-standing local players, but international firms are unquestionably making their presence felt.


  • Armengaud Guerlain
  • Dentons
  • Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Hogan Lovells
  • Allen & Overy LLP
  • De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés
  • Gilbey Legal 
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Jones Day
  • Baker McKenzie 
  • BCTG Avocats
  • Bird & Bird AARPI
  • Cabinet Escande
  • Candé-Blanchard-Ducamp
  • Deprez Guignot & Associés
  • DLA Piper France LLP
  • FTPA Avocats
  • Marchais & Associés
  • SCAN Avocats 
  • Simmons & Simmons LLP

Allen & Overy LLP

Global powerhouse Allen & Overy has over 100 specialist IP partners and associates, which enables it to offer muscular cross-border support across Europe, the United States and Asia. The side’s Paris squad comes into its own supporting clients in make-or-break trademark cases; Laëtitia Bénard and Alexandre Rudoni have a wealth of courtroom experience between them. Bénard has a lock on the life sciences, whereas Rudoni shines in pharmaceutical, media and entertainment and high-tech matters.

Armengaud Guerlain

Appreciating the importance of a personal touch, the lawyers at Armengaud Guerlain go out of their way to conduct regular face-to-face meetings with clients, allowing  them to maintain a striking number of relationships over the last 25 years. Recent highlights for the team include coordinating seizures of fake goods for Dolce & Gabbana and representing Les Menus Du Monde on key infringement proceedings against a competitor that had registered the trademark Kamchatka. Both were handled by Stéphane Guerlain, an enforcement heavyweight with the expertise and experience to deal with issues that have been at a stalemate for years. His teammate Catherine Mateu is another “wonderful professional with a deep knowledge of French IP law. Her tailormade advice is always pertinent and efficiently delivered.”

Baker McKenzie 

In Paris, Baker McKenzie has over 150 lawyers practising domestically and internationally in all areas of law. To trademark owners, the firm is famous for its global brand protection, development and enforcement capabilities. A key contact is Virginie Ullmann, who is particularly proficient in the IP commercialisation space.


Ascending to the WTR 1000 silver tier for 2019, BARDEHLE PAGENBERG SELAS is a “high-end” one-stop shop for trademark prosecution, brand protection, strategic advisory, enforcement and litigation services. A “leader in the field”, Rebecca Delorey is the anchor of the practice. Her clients include ultra-high-resolution camera company, Yum! Brands, BMW, Easy Group, Vans and many more, all of which look to her as a trusted strategic and business adviser. Leveraging a network of offices across France, Germany and Spain, the ensemble is in a prime position to tackle complex cross-border IP disputes. Julien Fréneaux is a veteran of many multi-jurisdictional patent conflicts, as well as fashion design infringement cases. He is also renowned for his licensing and transactional prowess. Making his debut in the guide, Axel Munier is another litigation ace; he has broad expertise and is a confident handler of complex design, patent, trademark, copyright and unfair competition cases.

BCTG Avocats

BCTG Avocats runs a premium IP litigation shop. Its hard-hitting enforcement experts are a common sight in the Court of Cassation and represent some of the world’s top retail, cosmetics and pharmaceutical companies. Gaëlle Bloret-Pucci is the first port of call for many of them. “She’s an extremely responsive, pragmatic and efficient lawyer whom brand owners love working with.” Her excellent trademark practice is complemented by exhaustive unfair competition and media law knowledge.

Bird & Bird AARPI

Intellectual property runs in Bird & Bird’s blood – it took on its first trademark case in 1989 – and this shows in the commitment and calibre of its lawyers worldwide. In France, the team has been managing portfolios for and enforcing the rights of some of the biggest life sciences and electronics entities around. Anne-Charlotte Le Bihan and Géraldine Arbant are the stars of the show. President of the national chapter of the Licensing Executives Society International (LESI), Le Bihan has the commercial savvy to wrap up favourable contracts for her clients time and time again. Arbant is another nimble negotiator who never fails to get the best result. Several major pharmaceutical, sports and luxury goods companies have her on speed dial.

Cabinet Escande

Innovative IP boutique Cabinet Escande uses cutting-edge software to make things as smooth and effortless as possible for its clients; they can check the status of their matters 24/7. Never losing sight of wider business realities, the firm’s lawyers provide well-grounded counsel that ticks all the right boxes. Founding partner Michel-Paul Escande is the obvious choice for challenging enforcement mandates. Having been in the game for nearly half a century, he is prepared for any eventuality and is fazed by nothing.


Dedicated exclusively to IP enforcement, Candé-Blanchard-Ducamp strives to be the very best. Its lawyers deliver the most in-depth service possible at a very reasonable price point – something that has won them the patronage of many luxury goods and pharmaceutical titans. Name partners Julien Blanchard and Patrice de Candé represent the gold standard in the firm. Blanchard has honed his trial craft to a tee and the “extremely thorough” de Candé is acknowledged by peers to be “one of the best IP lawyers around. He writes great briefs with deep consideration of the relevant issues and strong analysis.”


CASALONGA, which became the first merged law and trademark attorney firm in France in January 2018, serves up classy, comprehensive trademark counsel to an array of local and international brand owners. “It’s a strong IP firm with a lot of extremely experienced lawyers.” Recent highlights include representing LVMH on opposition proceedings in China and Renault on an invalidity action before the EUIPO. The “knowledgeable, efficient and responsive” Karina Dimidjian-Lecomte is a go-to choice for prosecution. She has the creativity and astuteness to get the green light for even the most complex non-traditional marks. Her experience of practicing in the United States has also made her popular across the pond. Meanwhile, Arnaud Casalonga and Caroline Casalonga shine on the contentious side. With 25 years of experience under his belt, Arnaud never puts a foot wrong when representing luxury goods companies in the courtroom, while Caroline has spent the last 20 years making a name for herself in judicial circles by litigating in French courts of all levels.

De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés

“De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés is one of the leading players on the Paris market. Its IP practitioners benefit immensely from the business law expertise their corporate law colleagues have.” The truly integrated nature of the firm and its culture of pooling knowledge make for impressive commercially sound licensing and enforcement counsel. Julien Horn and Louis de Gaulle are outstanding litigators. Horn is a favourite among IT and software companies; de Gaulle has the strategic acumen to take over and turn around even the most taxing cases.


Dentons’s IP enforcement practice is the talk of the town in Paris thanks to the work it has carried out for renowned names in the life sciences, pharmaceuticals, luxury goods and electronics sectors. With the team drawing on the expertise of over 600 colleagues worldwide, cross-border cases pose no problems. Co-heads of the practice, David Masson and Marianne Schaffner lead by example. “David Masson is a tremendous litigator whose strategic opinions are always extremely helpful for clients. He’s pragmatic, constructive and a pleasure to work with.” Schaffner has had her hands full representing Saint-Gobain in four cases before the French courts. “She’s an extremely skilled lawyer who knows how to handle complex, high-stakes matters.” Senior counsel Gérard Delile and Isabelle Leroux are rainmakers too. The worldly wise Delile has seen nearly all there is to see in trademark law; media and entertainment is his favourite province. Leroux is a business savvy practitioner who has worked in the firm’s Dubai office and continues to focus on the Middle East.

Deprez Guignot & Associés

“Deprez Guignot & Associés is a leader in IP advice for luxury brands. Its practitioners are cost conscious and a pleasure to work with.” The innovative, forward-looking firm knows the difference between a risk and a managed risk; it encourages clients to take the latter and to exploit their portfolios in smart ways. As well as wrapping up lucrative licensing agreements, the side has a strong track record in the courtroom. Managing partner Vincent Fauchoux anchors the practice. He complements top-notch trademark knowledge with a complete command of business law issues.

DLA Piper France LLP

DLA Piper offers clients the depth of trademark knowledge commonly associated with IP boutiques, together with global resources and a wide commercial perspective on matters. This has made loyal fans of the likes of McDonald’s, Conair and Nintendo – the last of which the firm is currently representing on enforcement matters relating to the Pokémon brand. Karine Disdier-Mikus leads the team with assurance. Uniquely positioned as a former European IP attorney now practising in a law firm, she has seen the process from all angles. Lately she has been advising an array of clients on TLD issues.

Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés

“Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés is one of the most highly regarded IP boutiques in France. No one questions how talented its lawyers are or how much litigation they do. It’s a great choice for brand owners that want reliable, effective enforcement advice.” Thierry Mollet-Viéville, Pascal Lefort, Thomas Cuche and Eléonore Gaspar form the backbone of the practice. Name partner Mollet-Viéville is distinguished by his unique knowledge of the pharmaceuticals sector, while Lefort dazzles in luxury and consumer goods mandates. The “responsive and proactive” Cuche brings extensive experience organising anti-counterfeiting operations to the table. President of the French group of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI), Gaspar is a venerated member of the trademark community. She is always au fait with the latest case law developments across the continent.

FTPA Avocats

“FTPA provides impressive support on trademark prosecution, opposition and litigation matters. Its lawyers are quick to respond, transparent, clear and concise in their advice and extremely results-driven.” The 1972-established business law firm has a thriving IP practice, with a particular focus on the luxury goods and audiovisual industries. Conversant in French, English, Bulgarian and Russian, Boriana Guimberteau is a favourite among international companies. “She is a collected, precise and commercially smart enforcement strategist who knows the fashion world inside-out.” Her invaluable experience working in-house at LVMH continues to shape the way she collaborates with clients.

Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI

“Gide Loyrette Nouel is a key player with some extremely skilled, efficient lawyers. It is very active and well known on the market. You see it in all the largest, most important trademark cases.” Open-mindedness, commitment and thoroughness characterise the service; clients never receive less than 110%. Proficient at both contentious and non-contentious work, Emmanuel Larere is a cracking choice no matter the mandate. He is the current chairman of AIPPI’s French trademarks commission and a venerated member of the community. The immediate past-president of LESI, Arnaud Michel is equally famous. His commercial savvy has won him the trust of many major players in the telecoms and media sectors. Raphaëlle Dequiré-Portier and Grégoire Triet provide further firepower on the enforcement side. Pan-European litigation is bread and butter for the tactically sharp Dequiré-Portier, while Triet is at his very best in anything relating to pharmaceuticals.

Gilbey Legal 

Since 1992 Gilbey Legal has been providing first-class branding support for major multinationals in the pharmaceutical, tobacco and cosmetics industries, among others, with. Name partner Richard Gilbey leads the line, offering “tremendous experience on trademark and other IP-related matters. He’s a really excellent trademark lawyer and probably the best reporter of searches in France. It’s very easy to sit on the fence but he doesn’t do that – he gives concrete, clear advice.”

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Of late, Herbert Smith Freehills has been acting on some of the most complex IP disputes and transactions, helping its clients – many of which are household names – secure and maintain their competitive advantage in the market. Alexandra Néri captains the team in Paris. Completely at home when it comes to cyberspace, she is in her element when advising on cases involving trademark infringement on web marketplaces or on domain-name disputes. Outside of the firm she serves as senior vice chair of the IP and entertainment committee of the International Bar Association.

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells’ global IP, media and technology team is one of the largest in the world, numbering over 400 fee earners; 20 of which are based in Paris. Recent highlights include advising Facebook regarding the recovery of gTLDs and McDonald’s on a string of portfolio management issues. David Taylor and Marie-Aimée de Dampierre are two real client magnets. There are few practitioners who recognised as early on as Taylor that the Internet would pose a plethora of challenges to brand protection; for close to 20 years he has been navigating clients safely through the online world. The outward-looking de Dampierre is the firm’s regional managing partner for Europe. She is always looking into exciting new ways for clients to expand overseas and keeping an eye out for overseas infringements.


“HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER has a very strong reputation and it’s well deserved. The lawyers there are very active and seriously knowledgeable. It’s great working with them.” With offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Munich, Mannheim, Munich and Paris, this sophisticated IP boutique manages continent-wide trademark battles with flair and finesse. It is currently assisting Canal+ on a number of pre-litigation and litigation matters; Marie Georges-Picot is in charge of this mandate. “She is very professional, quick to give answers to clients’ questions, reassuring and helpful. The way she pleads cases really is something to be seen – she’s brilliant.” Geographical indication issues are the province of enforcement expert Sophie Micallef. She has the foresight and tactical nous to carry the day when it matters. Both Georges-Picot and Micallef regularly exchange insights with founding partner Denis Monégier du Sorbier, who has perfected his craft over the course of 40 years at the IP coalface.

Jones Day

Jones Day’s one-firm-worldwide principle makes it a great choice for companies wanting a single point of contact for global brand protection; there is frictionless communication between the 38 IP lawyers it has in six European countries. “Its members really work as a team, engendering a high level of confidence and trust in clients thanks to the constantly high level of their expertise, commitment and efficiency.” Emmanuel Baud and Edouard Fortunet are the stars of the show in Paris. Over 25 years in the industry have moulded Baud into the full package. Recently he has been supporting Conseil des Grands Crus Classés 1855 on a sensitive matter regarding the very specific question of the protection of mentions traditionelles outside the field of wines; this has involved lobbying at a legislative level. Fortunet’s metier lies in handling the IP aspects of initial public offerings (IPOs); over the past three years he has acted on the IPOs and private placements of 15 companies.

Marchais & Associés

“Marchais & Associés always provides informed, prompt, practical and clear advice on trademark matters.” Its lawyers work around the clock to optimise and defend clients’ intangible assets, facilitated by the side’s cutting-edge computer software. Founding partner Guillaume Marchais truly eats, sleeps and breaths intellectual property. He is an active member of several international organisations and publishes widely. His colleague Emmanuelle Limouzy is another astute all-rounder. She complements her wide-ranging trademark knowledge with a complete command of competition and copyright law.

SCAN Avocats 

The lightning speed with which SCAN Avocats replies to queries – no matter their complexity – is made possible by a combination of technical knowledge, commercial sense and pragmatism. Founding partners Sandra Cabanne and Alexandre Nappey have these qualities in abundance. Cabanne currently has her hands full providing portfolio management support to France’s national railway company, SNCF, while Nappey has been representing Robusta and Vreem Studios Paris on opposition proceedings before the EUIPO.

Simmons & Simmons LLP

Brand owners looking for a one-stop shop for all their IP needs would be well advised to consider Simmons & Simmons. The outfit’s international team of trademark attorneys and lawyers are adept at everything from trademark clearance searches to takedowns and other online enforcement actions on platforms such as Amazon Marketplace. Sarah Bailey is a standout practitioner in the Paris office. The fact that she is a native English speaker who was trained in London has made her particularly popular among UK and US companies.



Cabinet Beau de Loménie

Cabinet Beau de Loménie is a superb European IP attorney firm with offices in France, Germany and the United Kingdom – not to mention a network of world-class correspondents further afield. This allows it to maintain a staggering workload; it manages over 70,000 trademarks and designs and files approximately 3,000 trademark applications and renewals annually. Aurélia Marie is responsible for much of this activity. Her in-house experience, dedication and diligence add up to make her a dazzling option for clients of all stripes.

Cabinet Plasseraud

Cabinet Plasseraud is one of Europe’s leading IP firms for brand clearance and portfolio management work. Its success rests on the closeness of the relationships it forges with brand owners; the hands-on squad members always make time for their clients and routinely read up on industry developments that could affect them. Co-managing the practice, Patrick Boyle is a native English speaker and UK trademark attorney with over 20 years’ experience, who colleagues label a “brilliant adviser for trademark issues in France and across the channel”. President of the French Patent and Trademark Attorneys Institute, Guylène Kiesel Le Cosquer is another lodestar. Having started her career as an in-house lawyer for an electronics company, she understands the importance of conveying complex legal concepts in simple, straightforward language. Laurent Nowak stands out from the crowd in matters concerning new technologies; he is totally comfortable in cyberspace. Guillaume Vermander makes his entry into the WTR 1000 on a wave of effusive feedback. “He is very serious and conscientious, respecting deadlines and fielding phone calls whenever clients have a query. The practical approach he takes and the appreciation he has of the complexity of his clients’ businesses make all the difference. Moreover, when it comes to building strategies for opposition proceedings, he is very creative.”

Germain & Maureau

The lawyers at Germain & Maureau have the experience and foresight to furnish clients with rock-solid solutions that are good not just for today, but also for tomorrow. Its state-of-the-art EPISOFT software – which is constantly updated and improved by a dedicated IT team – makes portfolio management seamlessly efficient for clients. Ambitious and outward-looking, William Lobelson loves helping brands take flight and move overseas. “He’s a superb IP attorney who takes a pragmatic, creative approach to matters; he knows how to deal with difficult problems.”


INLEX IP EXPERTISE serves up watertight strategic support from a Paris headquarters and regional offices in Angers, Bordeaux, Beaune, Cannes, Marseille, Nantes and Reims and it is never more than a stone’s throw away from its local clients. Hallmarks of the service are availability, personal contact and meticulous attention to detail. Founding partner Franck Soutoul is “a pragmatic and responsive practitioner who has the experience to impressively manage his clients’ expectations”.


The sheer diversity of the expertise of the lawyers at European powerhouse LAVOIX allows it to assist clients across all industry sectors. It manages over 28,000 trademarks and filed approximately 2,600 in 2017. Recent highlights for the outfit include successfully registering the trademark CARNAVAL DE NICE on behalf of the City of Nice in France and the European Union for all products and services by demonstrating the distinctiveness it has acquired through use. Béatrice Daubin is the name to note.


The experienced and ever-reliable REGIMBEAU provides cost-effective solutions at a competitive price. Its lawyers boast extensive experience before the INPI and EUIPO as well as the outside-the-box thinking necessary to maximally exploit portfolios. Head of the trademarks and design department, Evelyne Roux is a go-to contact with an array of small to medium-sized enterprises and large companies counting on her. Domain name issues are her forte.


Blending impeccable technical knowledge with a modern, cosmopolitan outlook, Santarelli continues to entice brand owners of all shapes and sizes. Filing strategies are mapped out with a resolute focus on business objectives and crown-jewel assets are skilfully exploited; a strong worldwide referral network means that everything can be considered in a global context. Eric Le Bihan and Fabrice Pigeaux are the leading lights of the practice. “Eric is a sharp and meticulous trademark attorney whose work always shows great attention to detail.” A great communicator, Pigeaux goes out of his way to condense the most involute issues into easily actionable takeaways.

T Mark Conseils 

T Mark Conseils never lets up in providing a premium service; it is as responsive with clients 20 years into the relationship as it was on day one and is always conscious about costs. Francois Deschamps, Olivier Thrierr and Valérie Dorey are the star players. A founding partner, Deschamps has expertly overseen the firm’s growth and continues to bring in new business all the time. In the “very knowledgeable” Thrierr, Deschamps has a fellow rainmaker. President of the Association of Trademark and Design Law Practitioners’ commission for international and EU relations, Dorey always looks at issues from a global perspective.

Other recommended experts

The founder of AL Avocats, Muriel Antoine-Lalance is “a highly commendable trademark litigator with great professional skills”. Michel Béjot at Bernard-Hertz-Béjot comes into his own advising clients on mergers and acquisitions with notable IP elements. Sylvie Benoliel-Claux of Benoliel Avocats appreciates how the Internet has changed branding protection and advises accordingly. Promark’s Alain Berthet is a sagacious portfolio manager who publishes widely. “Vanessa Bouchara at Cabinet Bouchara Avocats has the commitment and temperament to come out on top in close cases.” Alain Cléry of Cléry Devernay complements a finely honed trademark practice with far-reaching unfair competition knowledge. Linklaters’ Pauline Debre is “a very talented trademark litigator who knows exactly what she’s doing. She has the interpersonal skills to avoid unnecessary friction in the courtroom.” Julien Delucenay of Desbarres & Staeffen is recommended as an “up-and-coming and very reliable” strategist. Pascale Demoly at Cabinet Demoly Avocats goes the extra mile to forge strong personal ties with each and every client. Her portfolio management is always pragmatic and well grounded. The “hardworking and efficient” Nathalie Dreyfus at Dreyfus is “one of the best domain-name experts in France”. Camus Lebkiri’s trademark whizz Aurore Simon Druon has a wealth of experience in opposition and cancellation proceedings before the INPI and EUIPO. The founding partner of Crefovi, Annabelle Gauberti is an incredibly sharp, pragmatic and personable IP lawyer entrusted by myriad individuals and companies in the creative industries. Marie-Emmanuelle Haas is one of the top authorities in France when it comes to alternative dispute resolution and domain names. “She is brilliant at defining strategy when you have a serious conflict and her advice is easily actionable. She has excellent language skills and an outstanding international network.” Nathalie Hadjadj-Cazier at Fieldfisher shows real dexterity in the drafting and negotiation of licensing agreements. Martin Hauser of BMH Avocats is adept at alternative dispute resolution; he has acted as a mediator and an arbitrator in proceedings conducted by the International Chamber of Commerce in France and the WIPO in Geneva. Sophie Havard Duclos at Laude Esquier Champey puts together future-proof portfolios while still being acutely aware of budgetary and time constraints. Gomis & Lacker Avocats’ Julien Lacker is “an extremely knowledgeable, service-minded attorney” who always secures the best results possible for his clients, whether that means engaging in hard-fought litigation or out-of-court negotiations. There’s virtually nothing that Stephane Lynde can’t do in intellectual property; he has practiced for years across the patent, trademark, design and copyright fields, often proving to be a difference maker in complex multifaceted cases. He is the founder of Lynde & Associés. Richard Milchior at Granrut Avocats is “an approachable and very friendly lawyer who provides clear and commercial guidance. He answers all queries directly and without incurring unnecessary additional costs for clients. It’s a pleasure working with him.” Myriam Moatty of Cousin & Associés prosecutes with the utmost care, keeping her clients in the loop every step of the way. Brunswick Société d’Avocats’ Nicolas Moreau has been busy managing the 1,400-strong trademark portfolio of Eutelsat, the second largest satellite telecoms company in the world. Stefan Naumann at Hughes Hubbard & Reed litigates on behalf of countless well-known entertainment, advertising, publishing and manufacturing entities. Annick Pairault of AB Initio has a fantastic feel for what EUIPO examiners look for. The pharmaceuticals industry has seen the very best performances from August Debouzy’s François Pochart. Domain name issues are a strong suit for Julien Scicluna at Laurent & Charras. Altana Law’s Frank Valentin is an “extremely competent” trademark ace who instantly wins the respect of everyone he meets. Able to work in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Hebrew, Deborah Vincze at Vincze IP is in high demand among multinationals.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Emmanuel Baud - Jones Day
  • Sylvie Benoliel-Claux - Benoliel Avocats
  • Patrice De Candé - Candé-Blanchard-Ducamp
  • Marie-Aimée de Dampierre - Hogan Lovells
  • Stéphane Guerlain - Armengaud Guerlain
  • Sophie Havard Duclos - Laude Esquier Champey
  • Emmanuel Larere - Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Pascal Lefort - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Isabelle Leroux - Dentons
  • Arnaud Michel - Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Denis Monégier du Sorbier - HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER
  • Alexandra Néri - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Muriel Antoine-Lalance - AL Avocats
  • Sarah Bailey - Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Laëtitia Bénard - Allen & Overy LLP
  • Julien Blanchard - Candé-Blanchard-Ducamp
  • Gaëlle Bloret-Pucci - BCTG Avocats
  • Arnaud Casalonga - CASALONGA
  • Caroline Casalonga - CASALONGA
  • Thomas Cuche - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Louis de Gaulle - De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés
  • Gérard Delile - Dentons
  • Raphaëlle Dequiré-Portier - Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Michel-Paul Escande - Cabinet Escande
  • Eléonore Gaspar - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Marie-Emmanuelle Haas - ME HAAS
  • Julien Horn - De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés
  • David Masson - Dentons
  • Sophie Micallef - HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER
  • Myriam Moatty - Cousin & Associés
  • Thierry Mollet-Viéville - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Stefan Naumann - Hughes Hubbard & Reed
  • Grégoire Triet - Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Frank Valentin - Altana Law
  • Michel Béjot - Bernard-Hertz-Béjot
  • Sandra Cabanne - SCAN Avocats
  • Alain Cléry - Cléry Devernay
  • Pauline Debre - Linklaters LLP
  • Pascale Demoly - Cabinet Demoly Avocats
  • Karine Disdier-Mikus - DLA Piper France LLP
  • Edouard Fortunet - Jones Day
  • Marie Georges-Picot - HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER
  • Boriana Guimberteau - FTPA Avocats
  • Nathalie Hadjadj-Cazier - Fieldfisher LLP
  • Martin H Hauser - BMH Avocats
  • Guylène Kiesel Le Cosquer - Cabinet Plasseraud
  • Julien Lacker - Gomis & Lacker Avocats
  • Anne-Charlotte Le Bihan - Bird & Bird AARPI
  • Catherine Mateu - Armengaud Guerlain
  • Richard Milchior - Granrut Avocats
  • Nicolas Moreau - Brunswick Société d’Avocats
  • François Pochart - August Debouzy
  • Alexandre Rudoni - Allen & Overy LLP
  • Marianne Schaffner - Dentons
  • David Taylor - Hogan Lovells

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

  • Marie-Aimée de Dampierre - Hogan Lovells
  • Richard Gilbey - Gilbey Legal 
  • Guylène Kiesel Le Cosquer - Cabinet Plasseraud
  • Emmanuel Larere - Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Isabelle Leroux - Dentons
  • Sarah Bailey - Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Emmanuel Baud - Jones Day
  • Laëtitia Bénard - Allen & Overy LLP
  • Alain Berthet - Promark
  • Patrick Boyle - Cabinet Plasseraud
  • Thomas Cuche - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Patrice De Candé - Candé-Blanchard-Ducamp
  • Valérie Dorey - T Mark Conseils
  • Nathalie Dreyfus - Dreyfus & associés 
  • Eléonore Gaspar - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Stéphane Guerlain - Armengaud Guerlain
  • Marie-Emmanuelle Haas - ME HAAS
  • Aurélia Marie - Cabinet Beau de Loménie
  • David Masson - Dentons
  • Richard Milchior - Granrut Avocats
  • Thierry Mollet-Viéville - Duclos, Thorne, Mollet-Viéville & Associés
  • Evelyne Roux - REGIMBEAU 
  • David Taylor - Hogan Lovells
  • Géraldine Arbant - Bird & Bird AARPI
  • Vanessa Bouchara - Cabinet Bouchara Avocats
  • Sandra Cabanne - SCAN Avocats
  • Julien Delucenay - Desbarres & Staeffen
  • Francois Deschamps - T Mark Conseils
  • Karina Dimidjian-Lecomte - CASALONGA
  • Karine Disdier-Mikus - DLA Piper France LLP
  • Vincent Fauchoux - Deprez Guignot & Associés
  • Annabelle Gauberti - Crefovi
  • Marie Georges-Picot - HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER
  • Nathalie Hadjadj-Cazier - Fieldfisher LLP
  • Eric Le Bihan - Santarelli
  • Emmanuelle Limouzy - Marchais & Associés
  • William J Lobelson - Germain & Maureau
  • Stephane Lynde - Lynde & Associés
  • Guillaume Marchais - Marchais & Associés
  • Nicolas Moreau - Brunswick Société d’Avocats
  • Alexandre Nappey - SCAN Avocats
  • Laurent Nowak - Cabinet Plasseraud
  • Annick Pairault - AB Initio
  • Fabrice Pigeaux - Santarelli
  • Alexandre Rudoni - Allen & Overy LLP
  • Julien Scicluna - Laurent & Charras 
  • Aurore Simon Druon - Camus Lebkiri
  • Franck Soutoul - INLEX IP EXPERTISE 
  • Olivier Thrierr - T Mark Conseils 
  • Guillaume Vermander - Cabinet Plasseraud
  • Deborah Vincze - Vincze IP