Delphine MAISTRE DU CHAMBON has a Master’s I in private law, another in private law specialising in English law awarded in Great Britain, and a Master’s II in Intellectual Property, Industrial Agreements and New Technologies Law from Pierre Mendès France University (Grenoble – France).
She joined the firm as a partner in May 2015 and is appointed Managing Partner in September 2018.
Delphine has experience in a number of English-speaking and French intellectual property firms and spent around ten years in the Intellectual Property department of an international group specialising in the luxury goods sector. She has particular expertise in protecting and defending trademarks, designs and models, and copyright. Delphine regularly provides training for businesses on intellectual property.
She is a member of several associations, including the INTA and ECTA.
Alexandre WEITH has a Master’s degree in law from the University of Geneva. After training as a barrister, he joined Bugnion in 1998 and became a partner in January 2004.
He deals mainly with trademark law, copyright, unfair competition law, internet law and data protection. He is a contract specialist, with particular expertise in licensing, assignment and coexistence agreements, and speaks fluent English.
Alexandre is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI), the International Trademark Association (INTA) and the European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA) and is joint president of the Association of International Business Lawyers (AIBL).
Sandra FAROUX has a Master’s I in business law and a Master’s II in Intellectual Property, Industrial Agreements and New Technologies Law from Pierre Mendès France University (Grenoble – France).
She joined Bugnion in 2005 and became a partner in 2015. Sandra began her career in the Industrial Property department of a law firm and gained additional experience in an international company in the luxury goods sector in Switzerland. Sandra helps her clients to define their intellectual property strategy and create portfolios of their trademarks, models and domain names. Her work focuses mainly on portfolio audits, drafting contracts and all the legal aspects associated with the law on trademarks, designs and models and copyright for Swiss, French and international clients.
Sandra is a member of the Association Romande de Propriété Intellectuelle (AROPI), the Association des Praticiens du Droit des Marques et des Modèles (APRAM) and the ECTA.
Dominique SKREBERS-ZAÏONTZ graduated in law from the University of Geneva and is a qualified barrister (1977). She joined Bugnion in late 1977 and later became a senior partner.
Thanks to over 30 years’ experience in the intellectual property field, both in Switzerland and internationally, she is well equipped to provide expert advice to clients on protecting and defending their trademarks, and responding to their needs in areas such as unfair competition and copyright.
She also offers advice on drafting licensing, assignment and coexistence agreements.