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Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP

Marie-Aimée de Dampierre

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Intellectual Property

Position

Marie-Aimée has extensive experience in local and international disputes, principally in the field of trade mark law, copyright law, design law and unfair competition. She advises clients in relation with trade mark and design prosecution work (trade mark portfolio management, availability searches and opposition proceedings). She assists in the drafting and negotiation of Intellectual Property contracts (transfer and assignment, licences…) as well as contracts for the restructuring or the financing of companies (securitization, warranties, audits…).

Career

Marie-Aimée joined Hogan Lovells in 1999 having previously spent 3 years as a trade mark agent in a well-known trademark agent firm and 8 years in a Paris IP boutique firm to develop her practice as a trial lawyer.

Languages

French & English

Member

AIPPI;AFPPI; APRAM; INTA; ECTA

Education

Marie-Aimée was admitted to the Paris bar in 1990. Masters in taxation in 1986 and DESS in Industrial Property in 1987 (University of Paris II Assas) Specialisation Certificate in Intellectual Property (1996)


France: Intellectual property

Trade marks, designs and copyrights

Within: Trade marks, designs and copyrights

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP represents leading French and international groups in domestic and multi-jurisdictional matters. The practice is involved in sensitive matters in the luxury goods and life sciences sectors. It successfully represented Beiersdorf in a dispute initiated by Laboratoires Garnier and L’Oréal for trade mark infringement regarding hygiene products. McDonald’s and Shiseido are also clients. Marie-Aimée de Dampierre heads the practice, in which counsel Olivia Bernardeau-Paupe is highly rated. The firm also has one of the world’s leading practices in the field of domain names, where companies such as Facebook are clients. David Taylor heads the global domain names practice. Xavier Buffet Delmas left the firm.

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