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Climate Change and IP Summit in Paris

Published on 25 Feb 2019 | 1 minute read

On Monday 25 March 2019, Rouse’s Fabrice Mattei who runs our Climate Change and IP Practice Group will be speaking at international ground-breaking Climate Change and IP Summit in Paris being run by the French Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys Association, CNCPI.

As a pioneer firm to integrate Climate Change law and policy into IP strategies, Rouse is at the forefront of this emerging area. Our team of lawyers and consultants have a wide variety of international experience ranging from regulatory compliance to climate finance and climate change litigation. We also have expertise in areas of renewable energy including wind energy, run-of-river hydro, biomass and fuel-cell industries. We assist clients navigate the evolving world of climate-change regulation and unlock opportunities in an increasingly carbon-constrained economy. Our blog on Climate Change and IP features developments in this area and our firm’s activities

Fabrice will be launching the world’s first calculator of Intellectual Property Rights’ carbon emissions and will be welcoming the summit’s keynote speaker Mr. Michael Haddad, paraplegic athlete, world record holder and United Nations’ Climate Champion  Mr. Haddad, who already has numerous sporting achievements under his belt, is embarking on an unprecedented journey to promote the fight against climate change. Rouse is supporting Michael’s visit to Paris and his keynote speech.

The Summit is free of charge to attend and will be taking place in the impressive surroundings of the French Parliament, Assemblée Nationale. To register for the Summit, please click here or email Catherine Bunyan.


When: 25 March 2019

Time: 13:30 – 17:30

Where: Salle Colbert, Assemblée nationale, 126 Rue de l'Université, Paris 75007, France

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Principal, Head of Patent Group and Head of Climate Change Group
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Principal, Head of Patent Group and Head of Climate Change Group
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