Université Jean Moulin Lyon III (2011): Professional Master’s 2 in Intellectual Propertye
Université Jean Moulin Lyon III (2010): Master’s 1 in Business law, with a specialisation in Corporate Law
Université Jean Moulin Lyon III (2009): Bachelor’s in US Law
Université Jean Moulin Lyon III (2009): Bachelor’s in Law and Political Sciences, with a specialisation in Private Law
Having earned a Master’s in Intellectual Property and a Bachelor’s in US Law, Marion joined the Intellectual Property-Distribution team run by Delphine Brunet-Stoclet in September 2014.
She has actively participated in the management of the trademark portfolio of the firm’s clients, as well as defending the rights attached to their Intellectual Property.
In 2016 and 2017, Marion collaborated with the IP/IT team of 11-100-34 Avocats Associés, specialized in the field of innovation and new technologies expertise, particularly advising digital start-ups in development and implementation of their projects.
She joined Schmidt Brunet Litzler again in January 2018 to handle trademark and design litigation cases, as well as to develop her activity in the field of New Technologies and digital technology.
In previous professional positions, Marion took part in the development, protection, defence and management...
...of the intellectual property rights belonging to a leading multinational corporation in the luxury cosmetics and fragrances market.
...that any international corporation heading up a major network of authorised distributors must address (economic dependence on certain service providers, termination of established business ties, management of authorised distributor agreements, etc.)
...(photograph copyright, model image copyright, mobile application rights, publishing rights) and commercial agreements (service level agreements, mandates, supplies, software maintenance, commercial agents).
...in the development and implementation of their projects (advising on the legal feasibility of their project, drafting of their CGV / CGU, drafting several specific service contracts and partnership agreements, CNIL support).
...or engaged in buyout operations, in order to analyse the compliance of their policies regarding the processing of personal data, their contracts and, more generally, their intellectual property rights.
...and in litigation by defending a key player specialized in software development and maintenance.
...basis regarding any issues related to Intellectual Property, Intellectual Technology as well as commercial law.