In this chapter we recognise 32 distinguished lawyers for their outstanding work on trademarks matters, ranging from prosecution and licensing to unfair competition disputes.
Most Highly Regarded
Patrice de Candé at Cabinet de Candé et Blanchard is considered “a very effective practitioner” with “a very good and pragmatic sense of strategy”.
Grégoire Triet of Gide Loyrette Nouel comes highly recommended for his trademarks expertise in the pharmaceutical, telecommunications, healthcare and technology sectors.
The “excellent” Emmanuel Larere is a respected trademarks specialist, with more than 20 years of experience advising on contentious and non-contentious matters pertaining to the luxury goods and sports sectors.
Bardehle Pagenberg’s Rebecca Delorey is a “superb lawyer for trademark prosecution and dispute resolution”.
Emmanuel de Marcellus at de Marcellus & Disser is a “top-notch lawyer”, revered in the French market for trademarks disputes as counsel and litigator.
Vanessa Bouchara of Cabinet Bouchara Avocats is lauded as “a brilliant IP litigator” who is “extremely reliable when it comes to negotiations, and always finds logical and practical solutions”.
The “outstanding” Catherine Mateu with Armengaud Guerlain is singled out as an “immensely knowledgeable figure” who regularly defends the IP interests of clients under French and European law.
At Antoine Lalance Avocats, Muriel Antoine-Lalance earns recognition as a “skilful practitioner” with more than two decades of experience handling the full range of IP matters.
Marie-Aimée de Dampierre at Hogan Lovells is “a top-notch practitioner” with more than 25 years of experience advising clients on domestic and international trademark disputes.
David Taylor enjoys praise as “a great lawyer for domain name and internet-related work” in the trademark space.
At Duclos Thorne Mollet-Viéville & Associés, Pascal Lefort is revered for his three decades of experience advising on patents, trademarks and authors’ rights before European and French courts.
Thierry Mollet-Vieville has more than 40 years of experience advising clients in the pharmaceutical sector on the full gamut of IP issues.
Denis Monégier du Sorbier at Hoyng Rokh Monegier Véron is well versed in domestic and cross-border IP disputes on behalf of large multinationals in the food, aeronautics, life sciences and luxury goods sectors.
Myriam Moatty at Cousin & Associés is identified as a force in the trademarks space when it comes to trademark litigation and design law.
Sandrine Bouvier-Ravon isa “terrific lawyer” with 30 years of experience handling internet and computing trademark issues.
Sylvie Benoliel-Claux of Benoliel Avocats wins acclaim as “a truly excellent lawyer, who is also very involved in the Association of French Trademark Law Practitioners”. Her expertise lies in luxury brand trademark issues.
Casalonga’s Caroline Casalonga is a “tremendously experienced and well-regarded IP lawyer” with more than 25 years of experience navigating clients through the full life cycle of IP matters, from providing counsel to handling litigation proceedings.
Karina Dimidjian-Lecomte is a “first-rate trademarks specialist” with 20 years of experience in trademark clearance, prosecution and appeals.
Charles De Haas of Guillot de Haas is a distinguished figure in the market who focuses on civil and criminal litigation across all areas of IP law.