IntellectualProperty

Industrial Property & Literary and Artistic Property

Intellectual and industrial property occupies a central place in the activities of DDG, which is unanimously recognised as one of the best French law firms in this field, due to the scope and quality of its services.

We bring together the skills of lawyers and legal experts specialising in intellectual and industrial property and establish a close link between the protection of our clients’ rights and their exploitation.

We handle all intellectual property matters (transactional or contentious), whatever their level of complexity, for a demanding clientele, particularly in the luxury goods, media, new technology and many industrial sectors. We regularly appear before the specialised courts in complex, sometimes multi-jurisdictional, disputes.

A particularity of our law firm is that we offer a service for the management of industrial property titles – the HubMarques – which handles all the procedures for the protection of trademarks and designs before all the offices worldwide. This service is an ideal complement to our judicial and transactional intellectual property work.

Our very good knowledge of our clients’ businesses, particularly in the luxury and media sectors, enables us to provide advice that is finely tailored to their needs, and to assist them in developing their intellectual property strategy.


OUR SERVICES


Oppositions, replies to observations and objections, applications for revocation and invalidity, before the INPI, the EUIPO and the offices worldwide via our correspondents.

– Industrial property: assignment agreements, licenses, coexistence, research and development contracts, employee inventors, know-how agreements, co-ownership settlements, complex industrial property contracts.
– Literary property: publishing contracts, audiovisual production contracts, artists’ contracts, author-employees, collective management of copyright and related rights, licenses, software licenses.

– Seizures, investigations and various findings.
– Actions for infringement (civil and criminal), cancellation, forfeiture, claims, summary injunction.
– Unfair competition and parasite actions.

The Partners

Intellectual
Property

Industrial Property & Literary and Artistic Property

Intellectual and industrial property occupies a central place in the activities of DDG, which is unanimously recognised as one of the best French law firms in this field, due to the scope and quality of its services.

We bring together the skills of lawyers and legal experts specialising in intellectual and industrial property and establish a close link between the protection of our clients’ rights and their exploitation.

We handle all intellectual property matters (transactional or contentious), whatever their level of complexity, for a demanding clientele, particularly in the luxury goods, media, new technology and many industrial sectors. We regularly appear before the specialised courts in complex, sometimes multi-jurisdictional, disputes.

A particularity of our law firm is that we offer a service for the management of industrial property titles – the HubMarques – which handles all the procedures for the protection of trademarks and designs before all the offices worldwide. This service is an ideal complement to our judicial and transactional intellectual property work.

Our very good knowledge of our clients’ businesses, particularly in the luxury and media sectors, enables us to provide advice that is finely tailored to their needs, and to assist them in developing their intellectual property strategy.


OUR SERVICES


Oppositions, replies to observations and objections, applications for revocation and invalidity, before the INPI, the EUIPO and the offices worldwide via our correspondents.

– Industrial property: assignment agreements, licenses, coexistence, research and development contracts, employee inventors, know-how agreements, co-ownership settlements, complex industrial property contracts.
– Literary property: publishing contracts, audiovisual production contracts, artists’ contracts, author-employees, collective management of copyright and related rights, licenses, software licenses.

– Seizures, investigations and various findings.
– Actions for infringement (civil and criminal), cancellation, forfeiture, claims, summary injunction.
– Unfair competition and parasite actions.

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