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COVID-19: continuity of service

Following the announcement of a new lockdown in France, numerous measures have been taken to enable all our employees to work safely and efficiently from home and to ensure the proper follow-up of cases. We remain available and can be reached by phone and email.

For IP proceedings, we are in regular contact with national and European authorities as well as with our foreign correspondents and are following the measures taken by the offices of each country.

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Décideurs Magazine - 2020 Ranking

Décideurs Magazine has published its annual rankings, identifying the best IP law firms in France. REGIMBEAU is once again ranked in the “indispensable” category for “Patents General Classification”, “Physics, Mechanics & Construction Patents”, Chemistry, Biology and Life Sciences Patents” and “Electronics, Telecoms and New Technologies Patents” and “excellent” in “Trademarks & Designs”.
Published on: 6th Nov 2020

Managing IP's Rising Stars 2020

Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine has published the results of its annual survey, which recognises the best up-and-coming IP practitioners. We are proud to announce the distinction of Anne SEIBEL and Matthieu OBJOIS in the Rising Stars 2020 ranking which honors their expertise and commitment to the success of REGIMBEAU and its clients.
Published on: 26th Oct 2020

Latest Publications

UPC approved by German Parliament - Already two constitutional complaints

By Henri BOURGEOIS, French & European Patent Attorney
Published on: 5th Jan 2021

Japanese and French patent offices enter into a PPH agreement

By Jérôme COLLIN, Partner, International Director, French & European Patent Attorney
Published on: 8th Dec 2020

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