Admitted to the Paris Bar in 2005, Jean-Hyacinthe de Mitry specialises in industrial property. His expertise includes both contentious and non-contentious matters in all areas of industrial property (patents, trademarks, designs and related copyright issues), as well as unfair competition and protection of know-how and trade secrets.
In contentious matters, he regularly advises and represents French and international clients, mainly in infringement disputes and in disputes relating to agreements having a strong IP and/or technology content. Notably, he has a wide experience in national and multijurisdictional patent disputes.
In non-contentious matters, he regularly advises French and non-French clients in drafting and negotiating IP-related or technology transfer agreements, whether as standalone agreements or as part of high-stake corporate deals or projects (IPOs, joint ventures, acquisitions, infrastructure projects, etc.).
Jean-Hyacinthe holds a postgraduate degree (DEA) in Intellectual Property (2003) and a Master's degree in business law from the University of Paris II, and graduated from Sciences Po Paris in 2001. He joined Gide in 2004.
Jean-Hyacinthe is a member of AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property), LES (Licensing Executive Society), AAPI (the French association of lawyers specialised in industrial property) and APRAM (the main French trademark and models association). He is the former chair of the Young Members Congress of LES International.