Yasmine's practice is focused on patent law, both in advisory and litigation matters, on related competition law issues as well as on other intellectual property rights (trademark law, copyright, design).
Before joining Schertenleib Avocats, Yasmine completed several internships in the intellectual property departments of French and international law firms, where she gained experience in patent, trademark and e-commerce law.
She also acquired knowledge in intellectual property law at foreign universities in Asia (Seoul National University, South Korea, 2015) and in the United States (U.C. Berkeley School of Law, California, 2019).
Yasmine is fluent in French, in English and in Spanish.
LL.M. and a Specialized Certificate in Intellectual Property and New Technologies from the University of Berkeley in the United States
Master II Research in Literary, Artistic and Industrial Property Law, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas
LES, AIPPI, American Bar Association
Association d’aide aux femmes victimes de violence domestique, Casablanca, Maroc (2020)
Berkeley Immigration Detention Group, Berkeley, Californie, U.S.A. (2019)
Significant public cases
Represented a generic company in patent infringement litigation relating to a pharmaceutical composition based on fumaric acid esters used in the treatment of multiple sclerosis
Representing a generic company in patent infringement litigation concerning an S1P1 inhibitor used in the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis
Represented three generic companies in three infringement proceedings relating to an aryl urea compound used in the treatment of liver and kidney cancer
Represented a major player in aesthetic medicine in a dispute over know-how (claim for more than 150 million euros) and two patents relating to a process for manufacturing hyaluronic acid fillers
Represented a major retailer in a patent infringement dispute relating to laminates incorporated in layers
Represented a manufacturer of hydroalcoholic solutions and professional cleaning solutions in proceedings for the withdrawal of a 145 CPC order relating to an alleged misappropriation of know-how