CASALONGA LAWYERS was conceived by two specialized intellectual property teams to create a full service IP law firm able to assist its clients in all aspects of European intellectual property law, from the protection of newly created rights to their defense in France, Europe and around the world.
CASALONGA LAWYERS is today one of the leading French IP law firm.
Our attorneys are recognized amongst the top practitioners in European patent, trademark, industrial design, domain name, copyright and unfair competition law. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling complex litigation before the French and European courts, arbitration and mediation procedures as well as opposition and cancellation procedures before the French Trademark Office (INPI) and the Community Trademark Office (OHIM).
Our law firm is unique in France since each IP lawyer of the firm handles both contentious and non-contentious matters, which is crucial for a global understanding of the clients complex IP issues. This enables us to more effectively and successfully protect and defend our client’s intellectual property rights, whether in negotiations, transactional work or litigation. Our attorneys are well known for their creative and pragmatic approach to the diverse European IP questions and problems with which they are confronted every day.
Of principal importance to our firm is its longstanding and trustworthy relationship with its clients. Every case is managed directly by one of the partners assisted by one or more associates.
Our close collaboration with the European patent & trademark attorneys of the French firm CASALONGA & ASSOCIÉS enables us to offer our clients highly experienced and effective litigation teams, linking technical knowledge of the case with excellent legal skills.
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