Jehan-Philippe Jacquey enjoys a strong reputation as a go-to name for copyright, design and trademark litigation.
Jehan-Philippe Jacquey is a member of the Paris Bar since 2005. He holds a post-graduate degree in Intellectual Property Law from the University of Strasbourg - Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) and a post-graduate degree in Business law from the University of Burgundy.
He joined Gilbey legal in January 2010 and became a partner in 2016. Since the firm founder’s retirement in 2019, he is leading the firm with Joanne Quirin, with the same spirit and philosophy, aiming at providing prompt, thorough and pragmatic solutions.
He previously worked as in-house trademark counsel for a multinational food and beverages company, and as associate lawyer in an IP litigation boutique law firm.
Jehan-Philippe focuses on soft IP litigation dealing primarily with trademarks, copyright, designs, and unfair competition matters in all sectors, including Pharmaceutical, Tobacco, Alcoholic beverages, Internet, Household cleaning supplies, and Fashion industries. He has also developed an expertise in Customs surveillance and enforcement, providing both domestic and international clients with strategic anti-counterfeiting solutions.
Jehan-Philippe works within a closely knit and dynamic team with three avocats, all members of the Paris Bar (Joanne Quirin - partner, and Arnaud Lellinger - associate), and an experienced and professional prosecution and paralegal staff headed by Cécile Chabane.
Jehan-Philippe Jacquey is a member of INTA (International Trademark Association, current member of the Copyright Committee, and previously member of the FWKM Committee), ECTA (European Communities Trademark Association), Association of Practitioner of Trademark and Design Law (APRAM) and Association of CEIPI graduates (AACEIPI).