Fanny Cony

Fanny Cony

Associate, Paris

Email fanny.cony@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +33 1 53 67 47 16

Fax +33 1 53 67 47 48

LanguagesEnglish, French, Spanish

Practice groupIntellectual Property

Since joining the Intellectual Property Group in 2014, Fanny has focused her practice on trademark, patent and author right disputes and agreements. She has experience working in industries as diverse as clothing retail, food, medical devices and chemistry.Fanny was admitted as a French lawyer at the Paris Bar in January 2015.

She holds an MBA in Business law and Management from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, as well as a Postgraduate Degree in Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology from the University of Paris XII. She also holds a Bachelor of French and Spanish Law from University of Paris X and University of Carlos III (Madrid).

Education and admissions

Memberships

Association des Praticiens Européens des Brevets ("APEB")

Association Française des Praticiens du Droit des Marques et des Modèles ("APRAM")

Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle ("AIPPI")

Bar admissions and qualifications

Paris

Representative experience

Fanny assisted and represented a leading clothing retailer in a trademark infringement and unfair competition litigation.

Fanny handled a patent infringement litigation for a manufacturer of medical devices.

Fanny assisted and represented a pharmaceutical laboratory in a trademark infringement and unfair competition litigation.

Fanny assisted and represented an airport facilities constructer and manager in a know-how infringement and unfair competition litigation.

Fanny assisted and represented a U.S. company specializing in the contactless near-field communication technologies for the interpretation of a patent license agreement.

Fanny assisted and represented an airport facilities constructer and manager in a know-how infringement and unfair competition litigation.

Fanny advised and represented a computer and smartphone manufacturer against three non-essential European patent infringement claims.

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