Claude-Etienne Armingaud’s practice focuses on the representation of public and private companies in the area of information technologies and intellectual property law. Mr. Armingaud provides counsel to his clients at all stages of their corporate life cycle and in wide-ranging transactions, including in connection with litigation compliance matters, intellectual property protection and development, data protection strategic operations, and other commercial contracts.
Mr. Armingaud regularly advises start-up companies in matters relating to securing their intellectual property, be it from in-house or external providers or employees, as well as securing their process from the start to ensure a streamlined evolution towards more advanced stages of growth.
Mr. Armingaud possesses extensive experience in understanding technological and structural processes, which allow for innovative approaches to solidify his client's business models and protect their immaterial assets. This ranges from client and prospect data optimization to enforcing their intellectual properties. He regularly assists service and content providers on both their front and back office matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Claude-Étienne Armingaud