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Philippe Marchiset practices intellectual property law (copyright, trademark, patents, domain names, geographical indications, and designs) and assists clients in both contentious and noncontentious matters.

Philippe's litigation experience includes trademark, copyright, and unfair competition disputes before French and European (EUIPO and General Court) jurisdictions, notably in the fashion, clothing, and alcoholic beverages sectors.

In addition, Philippe has experience in data protection and IT matters and in advertising regulations.

Philippe is a member of the Association des Praticiens du Droit des Marques et des Modèles (APRAM) and a former member (2009-2011) of the Sciences Po Law Students Association (AJSP). He also serves as an intellectual property law lecturer at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle — Paris 3.


  • Armor sells stake in ARMOR-IIMAK to AstorgJones Day advised EN5, controlling shareholders of the Armor group, on the management buyout of Armor Iimak group and the simultaneous 40% investment by Astorg Midcap in the Armor Iimak group.
  • ForTalents acquires minority stake in Groupe Petit ForestierJones Day represented ForTalents in connection with its minority stake investment in Groupe Petit Forestier, the European leader in refrigerated assets rentals.
  • Arsenal Capital Partners acquires HistoGeneX and Caprion BiosciencesJones Day advised Arsenal Capital Partners on major investments in HistoGeneX and Caprion Biosciences and the subsequent combination of the two businesses.
  • Alizé Pharma 3 raises €67 million in financing roundJones Day represented Alizé Pharma 3 SAS, a French company engaged in the research and development of new therapeutic strategies for the treatment of rare endocrine and metabolic diseases, in connection with its €67 million (US$75 million) round of financing led by LSP, and included a syndicate of international investors.
  • U.S. software company seeks advice relating to enforcement of its copyrightsJones Day advised a U.S. software company in enforcing its software copyrights against an Italian engineering company for unlawful use of its software.
  • U.S. software company seeks damages relating to unlawful use of its proprietary softwareJones Day advised a U.S. software company in connection with the request of damages against a manufacturer of high-tech products in connection with the infringement, and unlawful and unauthorized use of the software company's proprietary software.
  • U.S. software company successfully enforces copyright laws out of court against Italian infringersOn behalf of a U.S. software company, Jones Day enforced software copyright laws out of court against several Italian infringers.
  • Sommet Education acquires Ducasse EducationJones Day assisted Sommet Education, a portfolio company of Eurazeo, in its acquisition of a 51% interest in Ducasse Education, a major player in culinary arts and pastry training.
  • Cyrus Capital Partners acquires, in French insolvency proceeding, of French business of Toys R UsJones Day represented Cyrus Capital Partners in connection with the acquisition, in a French insolvency proceeding, of the French business (comprised notably of 44 stores) of Toys R Us.
  • Funds managed by Partech Partners and Serena Capital participate in $11.7 million Series A financing round of Odaseva TechnologiesJones Day represented Partech Partners SAS and Serena Capital in connection with the $11.7 million Series A round of financing of Odaseva Technologies, an advanced cloud data platform built for enterprises addressing salesforce back-up, archiving, and GDPR.
  • Bryan Garnier & Co Ltd and Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank complete €30 million IPO on Euronext by MedinCellJones Day represented Bryan Garnier & Co Ltd and Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, as joint global coordinators and joint bookrunners, in connection with the €30 million (US$34.4 million) initial public offering of Ordinary Shares on the regulated market of Euronext in Paris by MedinCell, a developer of next generation of best-in-class medicine.
  • ABB divests terminal block business to TE ConnectivityJones Day advised ABB Ltd. in the sale of its ENTRELEC® terminal block business, which is part of ABB's Electrification Products division, to TE Connectivity Ltd.
  • Voluntis completes €30.1 million IPO on regulated market of Euronext in ParisJones Day advised Voluntis S.A., a French company specializing in therapeutic software, and Bryan, Garnier & Co and Oddo BHF SCA, joint lead managers and joint bookrunners, in connection with Voluntis' €30.1 million (US$34.9 million) initial public offering on the regulated market of Euronext in Paris.
  • New Alpha invests in WiztopicJones Day represented New Alpha Asset Management in connection with its investment in Wiztopic SAS, a publisher of an SaaS solution dedicated to corporate and financial communication executives.
  • Lam Research acquires Coventor, Inc.Jones Day advised Lam Research Corporation in its acquisition of Coventor, Inc., a leading provider of simulation and modeling solutions for semiconductor process technology, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), and the Internet of Things (IoT).
  • 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.
  • Serena Capital invests in Odaseva TechnologiesJones Day represented Serena Capital SAS in connection with its purchase of Series A Stock in a private placement by Odaseva Technologies, an advanced cloud data platform built for enterprises addressing salesforce back-up, archiving, and GDPR.
  • 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.
  • DataBerries raises $16 million in funding roundJones Day represented DataBerries SAS a.k.a. Teemo, a mobile ad platform provider, in connection with a $16 million Series A round of funding led by Index Ventures, with participation from ISAI, Mosaic Ventures, and angel investors.
  • Total sells Atotech to The Carlyle Group for $3.2 billionJones Day advised Total in the $3.2 billion sale of specialty chemical affiliate Atotech B.V., a global manufacturer of high technology plating solutions, to The Carlyle Group.
  • Speaking Engagements

    • 25 mars 2014
      Cybercriminalité : enjeux majeurs et solutions face à cette nouvelle menace