HatziriMinaudier

Associate

Paris + 33.1.56.59.38.14

Hatziri Minaudier's practice covers contentious and noncontentious intellectual property and information technology matters, with a particular focus on issues related to trademarks, patents, copyrights, and designations of origin.

She has worked on European Union trademarks and contentious community designs matters and has assisted French and international businesses on their information technology, cybersecurity, data protection, and outsourcing projects.

Experience

  • Synthesio acquired by IpsosJones Day represented Synthesio SAS, a global leader in social listening platforms, and the selling shareholders in connection with the acquisition by Ipsos for an amount of over $50 million in cash.
  • Art foundation resolves copyright dispute with international packaging companyJones Day advised an art foundation regarding the ability to request an international packaging company cease its use of paper cup designs allegedly infringing the foundation's artwork copyrights.
  • ANSYS acquires OPTISJones Day advised ANSYS, Inc., the global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, on its acquisition of OPTIS, a premier provider of software for scientific simulation of light, human vision, and physics-based visualization.
  • Partech Partners and Elaia Partners invest in OpenIOJones Day represented Partech Partners and Elaia Partners in connection with their investment in OpenIO, a provider of object storage and serverless computing.
  • Leading IoT service platform prepares for compliance with General Data Protection RegulationJones Day advised a leading IoT platform on its compliance program to prepare for the implementation of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation.
  • Start-up business creates online car-sharing platformJones Day assisted a company in the terrestrial mobility business with structuring its contractual framework and data processing activities for the implementation of a car-sharing online platform.
  • Lincoln Electric acquires Air Liquide Welding for €115 million (US$134 million)Jones Day advised Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc. in the €115 million (US$134 million) acquisition of the Air Liquide Welding subsidiary of Air Liquide, a key player in the manufacturing of welding and cutting technologies.
  • AccorHotels acquires AvailproJones Day advised AccorHotels, a French multinational hotel group, in connection with its acquisition of Availpro, a leading European software provider to hoteliers.
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