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Bourgeois Avocats
Av. Montbenon 2
Case postale 5475
1002 Lausanne

Tel: +41 (0) 21 321 45 45
Fax: :+41 (0) 21 321 45 46

Email: ivan.cherpillod@bourgeoisavocats.com
Web: www.bourgeoisavocats.com

Ivan Cherpillod provides his clients with his established expertise in intellectual property. His knowledge in trademarks and patents as well as in copyrights makes him a preferred counsel on intellectual property matters, such as transfer of technologies. As a professor of law he has authored an impressive number of publications in the field of intellectual property. Ivan Cherpillod also represents his clients in court, for instance on contract or sports law issues.

Chambers Europe – Europe’s Leading Lawyers for Business, ed. 2010, mentions : “An established presence in Lausanne, Ivan Cherpillod of BMP Associés is “one of the big names in Swiss IP law.” He is best known for his work in copyright, where sources acknowledge him as “a true leader.” He also advises on patents and trade marks”.

Ivan Cherpillod is also included in the inaugural edition of the Best Lawyers® list for Switzerland, in the field of Intellectual Property and Media. Selection to Best Lawyers is based on a peer-review survey comprising more than 3 million detailed evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers in the world.

Bourgeois Avocats:

Based in Lausanne, Switzerland, Bourgeois Avocats advises and represents its clients, whether private or corporate, and defends their interests before ordinary and arbitral courts.

In the field of business law, the expertise of Bourgeois Avocats integrates all the relevant tax law aspects. The firm is represented by a crafted team of skills that can solve complex issues of tax and commercial law, real estate or intellectual property law. Bourgeois Avocats also relies on an impressive pool of experience when it comes to drafting and negotiating contracts.

Established in 1953, later under the name BMP Associés and now Bourgeois Avocats, the firm counts experienced and established specialists, including a faculty professor, among its members.

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