Formation / Experience
Clémence Lemarchand is Partner of Cabinet Pierrat Law Firm since January 1st 2015.
Before joining Cabinet Pierrat Law Firm in June 2010, she worked during two years at Landwell & Associés in the IP/IT department.
Clémence Lemarchand holds a Second year of Master in Applied Intellectual Property Law and New Technologies Law (Pierre Mendès France Grenoble University, with distinction) and a Master’s degree in Business Law (Paris II Panthéon-Assas University).
- Author Law and Copyright: Artwork, Design, Architecture, Photograph, Audiovisuel
- Art Market: Copyright’s Devolution, Resale Royalties, Market Place Litigation, Professional Liability, Counterfeiting
- High Technology: Websites, Liabilities, Personal Data Law
- Journalist’s Rights and Status
- Industrial Property Law: Trademarks, Models
- Personal Law, Privacy
- Family Law
- Labour Law
16 november 2016 : Training on the theme “Intellectual Property Law of Databases and numerical models” organized by the Training Center on Environment, City and Architecture in Ile-de-Fance
24 & 25 october 2016 : Training at the Center Mediadix on the subject “Author Rights and Librairy”
7 & 14 December 2015 : Training at the Interregional Platform of Exchange and Cooperation for the Cultural Development on the subject “Use of Pictures in Communication”
19 October & 1st December 2015 : Training at the Center Mediadix on the subject “Author Rights and Librairy”
6 & 7 July 2015 : Training on the subject “Author Rights ans Architecture” at the Training Center on Environment, City and Architecture in Ile-de-Fance (Les Récollets, Paris)
12 May 2015 : Training on the “Author Rights” at the National Superior Art School of Paris-Cergy
20 & 21 Octobre 2014 : Training at the Mediadix Center on the subject “Author Rights and Librairy”
23 April 2014 : Conference at the Author Rights and Copyright’s Day (UNESCO) on the subject “European author and the digital exception”
30, March 2012 : Participation at the Congress of the Press and Communication’s Clubs of Saint Etienne – Loire on the subject “Author’s rights: excesses and photo-plunder” (Saint-Etienne’s Opera, 42000)