HERALD strengthens its Media-IP-IT department with the arrival of Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux as a partner and her team
Paris, 28 April 2023
HERALD, formerly Granrut, announces a significant strengthening of its Media-IP-IT team with the arrival of Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux as a partner, accompanied by her team. This appointment reflects HERALD’s dynamism and highlights the firm’s strategy of international deployment of its intellectual property offer.
Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux, an undisputed expert in intellectual property, both in France and internationally
With a team of 5 associates and lawyers trained alongside her, Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux brings a new international dynamic to HERALD’s Media-IP-IT team.
With her team, Nathalie advises and litigates on behalf of a wide range of international, European and French clients, including listed groups, companies, associations and individuals in the luxury, hotel, fashion, art and communication sectors. She builds and deploys tailor-made global strategies for the valuation of intellectual property assets: trademarks, models, patents, know-how and copyrights become milestones of development for her clients, and even sources of profit.
Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux said: “The partners of HERALD are doing me a great honour by placing their trust in me. This association offers mutual synergies for the benefit of our respective clients and teams. I see this as a real line of strength. My team and I will put all our energy and enthusiasm as builders into it.
The Media-IP-IT division, led by Jean Castelain, Richard Milchior, Anne Cousin, Juliette Félix and Jérémy Cardenas, has a strong reputation and has been distinguished by numerous French and international professional rankings (Legal 500, WTR 1000 and IP Stars).
“The meeting with Nathalie’s team, whose expertise in intellectual property and pugnacity are unanimously recognised, opens up new perspectives for the Media-IP-IT cluster. It allows us to accelerate a proactive dynamic for the benefit of our clients. It’s a real momentum”, say Guillaume Roland, co-manager, and Jérémy Cardenas, partner in the Media-IP-IT division.
From business to entrepreneurship: an atypical career path, forged within the world leader in luxury goods, consolidated during nine years at the Paris Bar.
After a brilliant 26-year career in business, Director of Intellectual Property for the Fashion & Leather Goods branch of the LVMH group, then Executive Director, Public Affairs & Legal Affairs for the Lacoste group, it was under her impetus that the fight against counterfeiting was strengthened, From Paris to Beijing, from New York to Tokyo and Sao Paulo, by implementing the legal principle of “complicity by supply of means”, mobilising economic intermediaries from one end of the value chain to the other (lessors, marketplaces, means of payment, transporters, etc.), Nathalie Moullé-Bertrand has been able to strengthen the fight against counterfeiting. ), Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux joined the Paris Bar in 2013 and founded her own intellectual property law firm, making her own the maxim left to her teams: “Be builders!
Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux holds a master’s degree in business law and taxation, a postgraduate diploma in industrial property (University of Paris 2 Panthéon Assas) and a certificate of higher education in advanced general management (HEC) ; She was an auditor (11th cycle) at the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Défense Nationale (IHEDN), taught intellectual property law (University of Paris Dauphine, ESSEC Luxury Chair) and was involved in various associations (InterNational Trademark Association – INTA Fédération Française des Industries du Sport – FIFAS, Union des Fabricants – Unifab Association des Praticiens en Marque – APRAM, Fédération de la Couture, Comité Colbert, International Chamber of Commerce – CCI BASCAP)