Nevyn has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2022. She also passed the NY Bar Exam in 2022.
Nevyn is an intellectual property associate whose work focuses on patent litigation. She advises national and international clients, particularly in the life sciences field.
Nevyn holds several degrees, including a Masters in Private Law from University Pantheon-Sorbonne, where she graduated first in her class, a Masters in IP Law from University Pantheon-Assas, a Masters in International Law and Management from HEC Paris, where she won the prize for best thesis, and a Masters in Law from Columbia Law School in New York.
She also has published various works on Intellectual Property Law, including chapters in forthcoming books on enforcement of UPC decisions and on infringement of second medical use claims in France, and articles on the European Union Trade Mark Law Reform.
Nevyn is fluent in French and English, and proficient in Spanish.
Master’s Degree in Literary, Artistic and Industrial Property, Panthéon-Assas University, 2018
Specialized Master’s Degree in International Law and Management, HEC Paris, 2019
Columbia Law School, LL.M., 2022
Allen & Overy / HEC Paris Legal and Tax Prize (17th edition)
Significant public cases
Represented a generic company in the defense of a patent infringement litigation involving a urea aryl compound used in the treatment of human cancers
Represented a generic company in the defense of a patent infringement case involving a cytostatic anticancer agent