Cabinet Beau de Loménie
Qualified to practise as a barrister (CAPA); post-graduate degrees (DESS) in law and practice of international contracts from the University of Paris X and in industrial property law from the University of Paris II
Aurélia Marie is head of the firm’s trademarks, designs, domain names and copyright department. She specialises in the law of distinctive signs (trademarks, company names, trade names, domain names, etc.), designs and copyright, both as regards acquiring such rights and exploiting them. She also has wide expertise in conducting due diligence reviews on portfolios of trademarks and designs, contracts, advertising law and unfair competition.
She is a French trademark attorney and a European trademark attorney with a post-graduate degree (DESS) in the law and practice of international contracts from the University of Paris X (1986). She obtained her certificate of qualification to practise as a barrister in 1987. She began her career working in the agreements and intellectual property department of a large industrial group. She obtained her certificate of qualification to practise as a barrister in 1987 and then practised as an attorney at law for several years in a firm specialising in intellectual property law. At the same time she obtained a post-graduate degree in industrial property law from the University of Paris II (1988). She joined Cabinet Beau de Loménie in 1993 and became a partner in 2003. She usually works in French and English. In addition, Aurélia Marie regularly gives lectures on Christophe Caron's 2nd year master's degree in "protection of brands and models" at LEXPIA (Faculty of Law, Paris XII University).
Languages : French, English, Spanish
2018/2019 has marked an important stage for the first branch office that Cabinet Beau de Loménie opened, in 1968, outside the Paris region: a new head, Olivier BOURA, has taken up post, new experts have joined the Patent, Trademarks and Designs practices and the office has been relocated from the Prado district to the Place Castellane (...).
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