Catherine Mateu, a partner at Armengaud-Guerlain, has more than 15 years of experience in French and European intellectual property law, serving clients that range from inventors, designers, non-profit groups and local start-ups to multinational corporations. Her practice focuses on finding timely and cost-effective solutions to a wide array of patent, copyright, trademark, design infringement, licensing matters and strategic advisory.
Catherine Mateu holds a postgraduate degree in domestic and European business law from the Université de Nancy II, an LLM in common law from the University of East Anglia in Britain, a DESS in industrial property from the Université de Paris II, and a DEA in private international law from the Université de Paris I. She has a been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 1999, and has received intellectual property certification from the French Bar Association.
She is bilingual in French and Spanish, and fluent in English and Basque.