Pierre Cousin
Specialized in Intellectual Property Law

He is quoted as a “highly innovative and experienced patent specialist” according to international magazine World Leading Patent Litigators 2011; and features as “an extremely experienced and intelligent practitioner, Pierre Cousin is a master of complex disputes”.

Pierre Cousin is unanimously recognized as major actor in French patent litigation.

Lawyer registered at the Paris Bar since 1971, Pierre Cousin has been an associate lawyer of Philippe Combeau for 15 years prior to the creation of his own firm in 1986.

He works easily in any international context as he speaks fluent English.

He is the author of several parts of the French Jurisclasseur:

• 4450 : Application of the Munich Convention in French law (in co-operation with Jean-Martin Chevalier)
• 7220 : Fraud and claiming action regarding Trademarks (with Myriam Moatty).

Pierre Cousin has been a speaker in many conferences and has written
many articles regarding IP matters.

He still teaches in the French Centre d'études Internationales de la Propriété Industrielle – CEIPI.

He is member of the following associations:
• AIPPI - Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Industrielle (ancien secrétaire du Groupe Français)
• AAPI - Association des Avocats de Propriété Industrielle
• EPLAW - European Patent Litigation Lawyers Association
• APEB - Association des Praticiens Européens des Brevets