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Pascaline Vincent


Attorney-at-law (Toulouse Bar)

Appreciated for her practical and rigorous approach to cases, Pascaline manages to find solutions in even the most complex cases, while controlling the risks and always having the clients’ satisfaction at heart.

Pascaline has more than 15 years of experience as attorney-at-law in intellectual property law, contract law and in innovation law.

She has been working with CASALONGA since 2011, and advises French and International companies in all areas of intellectual property law (trademarks, patents, designs, copyrights, unfair competition, advertising, IT and Internet). Her practice includes both counselling and litigation.

Pascaline assists clients in their global innovation strategy, in the drafting and negotiation of their various contracts and in the defense of their rights before the French courts before which she pleads. She works on trademark, design, software and patent litigation in various fields (mechanics engineering, information technology, sports equipment, health devices, etc.).

Her skills enable her to deal with a wide range of issues related to intellectual property, such as commercial law and unfair competition, innovation valuation, intellectual property tax law, as well as all IT issues (NICT, software, Internet, GDRP, etc.) on which she provides training to clients.

She has also acquired a recognized experience in the valuation of IP assets and in portfolios and contracts audits.

Based in our Toulouse office since 2019, she ensures its development, in liaison with the Paris team.

Professional organisations

Pascaline is a member of the Licensing Executive Society (LES France).


  • - “Brevets essentiels et licences FRAND : Comment procéder quand l’innovation devient la norme dans un contexte mondial ?” with Marianne GABRIEL – published in the Innovation, Technologies & Propriété Intellectuelle 2022 guide of Décideurs magazine, February 2022
  • - “Vos contrats face à l’épidémie de COVID-19” with Marianne GABRIEL – published on the website in March 2020
  • - Commentary on the CJEU decision Huawei v. ZTE du 16 July 2015 (“on the conditions under which the proprietor of a standard-essential patent (SEP) with a dominant position can bring an action for a prohitbitory injunction against an alleged infringer”) with Caroline CASALONGA – published in the European Court Reports CAPIP, March 2019
  • - Co-author and author of some other articles on IT and IP issues (data protection, protection of the perfume under French law, cooperation between France and Google).


  • - Paris Bar examination – 2008
  • - Master in Business law (DJCE - DESS) (University of Toulouse I) – 2004
  • - Specialisation certificate in Intellectual Property and Information Technology (DJCE) – 2004


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