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Prosecution

The Sarrut-Avocats team :

Henri Michel REYNAUD, Jean LECASBLE, Bérengère BRISSET, Mihaela TEODORESCU, Daniel PLOSCA, Aram SULUKDJIAN, Christophe SLIM.

PROSECUTION

Henri Michel REYNAUD

Procedures before the IP Offices (registration – oppositions – recordals) – contracts (license – assignments – coexistence – know how) –
availability searches – value studies.

Aram SULUKDJIAN

Procedures before the IP Offices (registration – oppositions – recordals) – contracts (license – assignments – coexistence – know how) –
availability searches – value studies.

Christophe SLIM

Procedures before the IP Offices (registration – oppositions – recordals) – contracts (license – assignments – coexistence – know how) –
availability searches – value studies

French IP Agent and Chartered Representative with the OHIM since 1997, Henri Michel REYNAUD becomes Attorney-at-Law, Paris Bar in 2005, when he joins SARRUT as a partner, the same year.

Former Lecturer for the Paris Faculty of Law (1997-2007), he represents the firm’s clients before courts and also before IP offices.

Former Partner of a patent agent’s firm, he assists the clients as regards the strategy of protection of any kind of industrial products.

Currently Managing Partner of SARRUT Avocats, he strives to develop the firm in France and abroad.

Holder of a Master’s degree in Industrial Property Law, jointly issued by the University of Paris-Sud and Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Aram assists the firm’s clients as regards trademarks, industrial designs and domain names protection (availability  searches, oppositions, contracts and prosecution work).

Involved in pre-litigation management, he gives legal advice in all areas of industrial property and drafts contracts in both French and English (cession agreements, licensing agreements).

Bachelor of computer science, Christophe also holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Property Law, issued jointly by the University of Paris-Sud and Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

He lived in Hong Kong for more than seven years before coming back to France.

He advises in pre-litigation strategy regarding industrial property rights (oppositions, negotiations, contracts of assignments and license agreements) and assists the firm’s clients as regards trademarks and industrial designs applications in France and abroad (Community and international registrations) as well as maintaining the rights in force and drafting cession agreements and licensing agreements.

He is also involved in protection and defense of computer software and mobile applications, notably through patent rights.