Jean-Louis is an attorney at law and a member of the Paris Bar. He has been practicing in the field of Intellectual Property since 2013
Gaining a Master's degree in Business Law and a Master II in Technical Innovation Law from the Jean Monnet Faculty of Law in Sceaux (Paris Sud XI), he then joined the Haute École des Avocats Conseils (HEDAC) in Versailles in 2016 and obtained his Certificat d'Aptitude à la Profession d'Avocat (CAPA, Professional Lawyer's Certificate) in 2017.
Alongside his university training, he began his professional career at Cabinet Benech as an intern in 2012. He continued his professional experience as an intern, legal expert and then a trainee attorney in other French law firms or global companies, such as Saint-Gobain.
In 2017, he joined Cabinet Benech where he has been practicing since January 2018 as a freelance associate and mainly deals with patent, trademark, copyright, competition law, personal data concerning litigation and non-litigation-related issues. In addition, he has developed specific expertise in cases involving so-called FRAND licences and patents deemed essential to a standard in the field of multimedia and telecommunications, both in France and internationally.
Jean-Louis is a member of several professional associations in the field of intellectual property (AIPPI, APRAM, APEB).
In particular, he wrote two dissertations as part of his university studies on Pharmaceutical Patents and Compulsory Licensing in Developing Countries and on the HADOPI law.
LANGUAGES: French, English (fluent), German (reading).