Cercle Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud
Cercle Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud
Cercle Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud

Our client’s cases are handled by a network of various partners including colleagues, trademark and patent attorneys, foreign correspondents, marketing specialists and business analysts.

Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud

Involved in the promotion and defense of intellectual property since 2009, Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud practiced for nearly eight years at De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés, a full-service French law firm.  Prior to that, she worked in the patent and trademark firm EGYP (now Plasseraud IP Group) after starting her career in the New York office of the international business law firm Hogan Lovells.

In 2022, she launched her own firm dedicated to intellectual property law (trademarks, copyrights, designs, patents) as well as in new technologies (digital, e-commerce, IT) and in a field which is close to her heart, typicity.

Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud is trilingual (French, English and Spanish) with a basic understanding of Japanese. She holds an LL.M. from Fordham University (New York), a Master degree in Industrial Property Law from the University of Paris II (2007), a Master II in European Economic Law from the University of Strasbourg.  In addition, she graduated from Sciences Po Paris, where she currently teaches a Masters degree lecture at the School of Public Affairs.  She is also a member of the jury of the Masters degree in innovation law.

She publishes in the general press as well as in specialized media in the field of intellectual property. She has co-authored with her father Yves Plasseraud, a former patent and trademark attorney. They published the book Typicity which deals with the enhancement of the identity of territories as a tool for development and economic growth. 

On a personal level, Marie-Gabrielle Plasseraud enjoys discovering new territories, both in France and abroad.  She has lived for several years in New York City and in Mexico City where she has always enjoyed meeting new people and experiencing different cultures.  She is very interested in educational innovation and personal development topics.  To recharge her batteries, she heads to Brittany where she swims in all seasons, or to the Southern Alps where she enjoys hiking with family.

French – English – Spanish – Japanese

Associations :
INTA –  International Trademark Association
APRAM – Association of Trade Mark and Design Law Practitioners (Association des Praticiens du Droit des Marques et des Modèles)
MARQUES –  European association representing the interests of brand owners
ChIPs – Chiefs in Intellectual Property, a nonprofit organization that advances and connects women in technology, law and policy
Institut Stanislas de Boufflers – The Think Tank for Innovation (Think Tank au service de l’Innovation)