Clémence Lapotre is specialised in Intellectual Property (IP) and Information Technology (IT) with almost ten years of experience as an associate.
Her expertise includes IP (Copyright, Trademarks, Designs and Patents), IT (Internet, Software, IT contracts, Domain names), Data Protection and Unfair Competition.
Clémence works with a large range of industry sectors such as retail and leisure, advertising, internet and technology.
As senior associate, Clémence has built a notable experience in litigation, including in complex and multi-jurisdiction disputes.
She is also skilled in the management and enforcement of IP rights (search and clearance, risk assessment, opposition proceedings and settlement agreement).
She also assists clients in non-contentious IP such as the negotiation and drafting of agreements in the media and entertainment field.
Clémence, after studying Business Law at the Panthéon - Sorbonne University, completed a Master II in Intellectual Property from Panthéon - Assas University.
She also holds a Master of Laws in Intellectual Property Law from King's College of London.
She obtained the diploma of Data Protection Officer from the University Panthéon - Assas and the certificate of Competition Law from the same university. More recently, she continued her training in art and culture law at the University of Nantes, where she graduated as valedictorian.