Plasseraud IP is the 1st intellectual property law group in France and a key player in Europe. With more than 350 professionals, in France and 5 international locations, we assist you through protecting, valuing and exploiting your intellectual property rights.
360-degree comprehensive patent support:
Plasseraud IP Patents takes pre-emptive action, from filing your patent to seeing it granted, and from identifying third-party blocking patents to invalidity or infringement actions.
Trademarks and designs underpin your company's individuality, identifying signs that serve as a touchstone for your clients. We are here to guide you through the increasingly complex task of protecting your identity in France and abroad, ensuring you enjoy the legal coverage that reflects your...
Our team’s tech-oriented legal experts are highly experienced and passionate about their work. They support you through protecting and defending your rights on the Internet, and help ensure your digital projects comply with legislation.
An Intellectual Property right is an asset in itself - all the more so when its value is astutely developed. Our multidisciplinary team will support you in developing a bespoke valorisation strategy, contractualising your high added-value partnerships and carrying out monetary valuations of your...
Geographical names and badges of quality, whether they be designations of origin, certification marks, wine and spirits labels or patents in the agricultural sector enhance the identity of local and artisanal products. Our experts will assist you in protecting, defending and promoting them.
Plasseraud IP Anti-counterfeiting is an entity dedicated to the fight against anti-counterfeiting. Our main objective is to provide companies, regardless of sector, size, knowledge of the matter or geographical area involved, with the best possible strategy to efficiently stem counterfeiting.
Plasseraud IP Avocats will support and represent you at every stage of legal proceedings concerning intellectual property or related matters, whether you are claimant or defendant.
Intellectual property or industrial property?
Intellectual property refers to a series of rights relating to intangible creations. Industrial property, along with copyright, is one of two areas within the remit of intellectual property.
Industrial property rights give the right-holder the right to forbid others to use his/her technical innovations (patents, plant variety certificates, etc.), graphic elements (designs, models) and distinctive signs (trademarks, trade names, designation of origin, etc.).
What can be patented? How do I draft a patent application?
A patent is an intellectual property title which protects technical inventions, technical solutions to technical issues. A patent contains a detailed description of the innovation, and a set of claims that defines where the right-holder's rights begin and end. These rights must cover the various different angles competitors may try to use to circumvent the patent. The idea is to anticipate any potential changes or tweaks you may make to your invention over the course of the patent's validity period (20 years), which is why it is so crucial to have an expert draft your patent.