Legal 500 2020, UGGC ranked in 2 categories in Intellectual Property

UGGC is proud to be ranked among the best law firms in the 2020 edition of the Legal 500 Intellectual Property rankings.



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Quote from Legal 500:
UGGC‘s ‘flexible andresponsiveteam handles a varied workload of acquisitions, litigation and general advisory work for noteworthy clients from an extremely wide range of sectors, among them well-known publishers Springer and Elsevier, and market leaders from the fashion industry. The practice also draws on its ‘expert specialists in copyright, media and entertainment‘ to advise private clients on their interactions with publishers, agents and producers. Senior associate Rodolphe Boissau is a key name to note. ‘Excellent lawyer and negotiator‘ Anne-Marie Pecoraro is leading a team which assists Elyx, the first digital ambassador of the UN, with the protection of its intellectual property.”
UGGC is a firm on which you can rely for expertise and best practices. Anne-Marie Pecoraro and her team are close to clients, flexible and responsive, and valuable partners to the company. They are also supportive and show the highest levels of expertise. They are experts in the field of copyright, media and entertainment.”
Anne-Marie Pecoraro is an excellent lawyer and negotiator. Rodolphe Boissau, Marion Faupin, and Emeline Cuchot form a team 100% trustworthy, creative, and technical. They provide excellent support and advice for the company’s strategy, for national and international problems. I do not hesitate to refer clients to them and recommend them. Excellent negotiators as well as litigators.
The team is recognised as comprising of expert specialists in copyright, media and entertainment.
Anne-Marie Pecoraro is an excellent lawyer, with a special ability to communicate solutions in a very knowledgeable, intelligible and friendly manner.
Quote from Legal 500:
« UGGC’s team of six attorneys deals with trademark, design and copyright matters. Their client portfolio includes SMEs and large international groups. Elisabeth Logeais, Corinne Khayat and Jean-François Canat co-lead the practice. »