Dominique Dupuis-Latour's main areas of practice include intellectual property law, particularly patent prosecution, enforcement of IP rights, licensing, auditing of patent portfolios, representation in patent infringement and nullity proceedings before the courts, as well as opposition and appeal proceedings at the European and French Patent Offices.

His technical fields of expertise include telecommunications, wireless appliances, software, medical devices, health products, and automotive, aerospace and weapons technology.

As both a qualified French attorney-at-law and patent attorney, Dominique Dupuis-Latour also has extensive experience in specific French proceedings, particularly in French discovery proceedings ('saisie-contrefaçon'). He frequently cooperates with attorneys abroad and coordinates complex parallel litigation proceedings in various European countries.

Attorney-at-Law (Avocat) & Patent Attorney, Partner BARDEHLE PAGENBERG SELAS in Paris
Location: Paris
Languages: French, English
Born 1954
Publications

He regularly publishes articles for various engineering journals.

1992
1992 - today

Associate, and subsequently partner, of BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Paris, France

1989
1989

Admission to the Paris Bar

1986
1986 - 1992

Private practice

1986

Professional degree of diplôme en brevets d'invention (State examination for patent attorneys)

1985
1985

Professional degree from CEIPI (Centre d'études international de la propriété industrielle), Strasbourg University, France

1982
1982

Law degree of DESS in Industrial Property, University of Paris II, France

1981
1981 - 1986

Legal Counsel ("conseil juridique") and Patent Counsel ("conseil en brevets"), Cabinet Regimbeau, Paris, France

1981

Law degree of maîtrise en droit (LL.M.), University of Paris II, France

1979
1979 - 1980

Lecturer in Physics and Chemistry, Casablanca, Morocco

1977
1977 - 1979

Software developer in the IT department of the French Ministry of Justice

1975
1975

Engineering degree from École Centrale, Lyon, France

1970
1970 - 1975

Scientific and technical studies in Paris and Lyon, France