dreyfus-le-cabinetNowadays, it seems that intellectual property rights are not just an option available to companies, but an actual necessity. This does not surprise us!

No longer confined to luxury products, counterfeiting now extends to all business sectors. Every day, consumers are deceived by the poor quality products which are potentially dangerous to their health and safety.

With the continual development of new technologies, protection of one’s rights on the Internet has become indispensable.

In an increasingly complex economic and legal environment, it has become imperative to efficiently protect, enhance and defend the essential assets of your company. You need experts who can and will assist you.

Our purpose is to support you with all the flexibility and reactivity that our structure allows, while offering you the most up-to-date skill-sets, especially regarding international issues in the field of new technologies.

We wish to give you a simple understanding of what has become very complex. To ensure that the investment you make every day in your company’s trademarks and domain names remains profitable.


Dreyfus is a member of, and plays an active role in major IP organizations and associations, particularly in the:

  • International Trademark Association (INTA)
  • Intellectual Property Constituency of ICANN (IPC)
  • Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
  • Licensing Executives Society International (LESI)
  • European Community Trademark Association (ECTA)
  • Association of European Trade Mark Owners (MARQUES)
  • French Institute of Patent & Trademark Attorneys (CNCPI)
  • Association of European Trade Mark Owners (MARQUES)
  • The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property  (AIPPI)
  • The Association of Intellectual Property Advisors (ACPI)
  • Association of Trade Mark and Design Law Practitioners (APRAM)
  • The Association for Law and New Technologies (Cyberlex)
  • The Institute of Trademark Attorneys (ITMA)
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The coordination between trademarks law and Evin Law on alcohol trademarks

Posted on 12 March 2019

The principle of specialty, which has long been accepted in trademarks law, signifies that the owner of a trademark has a monopoly on that sign, but only for the goods and services it designates. However, the application of this principle should be qualified when alcoholic beverage products come into play.

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Brexit and intellectual property : the important issues

Posted on 28 February 2019

Brexit will affect trademarks law, domain names and personal data. It is therefore essential to understand the upcoming changes in order to get ready.

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