Her vision of intellectual property:
"A must for a sustainable business"
Nathalie is an intellectual property lawyer with more than fifteen years’ international experience in this field, in both the private practice and in-house.
Nathalie advises Swiss and international companies about the infringement risk and the protection and defense strategies for their trademarks, designs, copyrights and domain names, in Switzerland and at international level. Her practice includes the availability searches, the building and the optimization of intellectual property rights (filings, responses to objections, reviews of portfolios, assignments) along with their defense (warning letters, negotiations, settlement agreements, oppositions, cancellation actions for non-use).
Her other duties are the coordination of the legal team’s work as well as the company’s business development.
Prior to joining SEDIN in 2017, Nathalie served as Brand IP Counsel in a large FMCG company in the food sector where she managed global IP portfolios. Previously, she worked in an global automotive supplier in France.
AIBL, APRAM, AROPI, INTA, MARQUES (member of International Trade Mark Law and Practice Team)
Master 2 (M2) Intellectual Property Law, Industrial Agreements, New Technologies Law – CUERPI (Centre for Intellectual Property Studies and Research), Grenoble Alpes University, France
Master 1 (M1) Business Law - Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University, France
The Swiss response to the concerning issue of counterfeiting, World Trademark Review, August 2021
Why a multifaceted approach is key to protecting jewellery designs in Switzerland, World Trademark Review, February 2021
Strategic combined approach to trademark and domain name protections, World Trademark Review, December 2020
Overview of appellations of origin and geographical indications in Switzerland in light of the forthcoming ratification of the Geneva Act, World Trademark Review, July 2020
Revision to the Swiss Copyright Act, World Trademark Review, June 2020
The challenge of protecting shape marks in Switzerland, World Trademark Review, May 2020
Protecting geographical names in Switzerland, World Trademark Review, February 2020
Apple lost against the trademark “Tick Different" of Swatch, Lexology, May 2019
Nathalie is recommended in World Trademark Review WTR 1000 2021 edition:
"Nathalie interprets even the most complex briefs, provides excellent reports and comes up with creative solutions in cases some may think are hopeless. Not only she is thorough, but she is great to work with and always willing to go the extra mile."