Marie‐Emmanuelle HAAS, intellectual property and digital law Attorney at Law
Pioneer of alternative dispute resolution and domain name Law, Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS has developed a recognized practice of Intellectual Property and Digital Law, both in France and abroad. Her scope covers registration procedures of IP rights, advice, pre-litigation or litigation.
Her clients appreciate how she analyses each situation on the Internet in all its complexity and gives the most operational answers.
Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS serves as an expert for the resolution of domain name disputes and regularly renders decisions: view decisions. She also is Arbitrator for Intellectual Property disputes at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC) and she has been elected, since May 2018, member of the board of EURid (registry of the .eu country code top-level domains) and is an Independant Member of EURid Strategic Committee since June 2016.
ME HAAS’s Law firm services:
Digital LawMaximise your Digital Potential
Organise and protect your Domain Names and Brands to increase their value
Whether you are a startup company, an SME or an institution, the Law firm ME HAAS can assist you in all aspects of the digital world, helping you with:
The Law office ME HAAS is ranked each year as of 2016 by BEST LAWYERS in the category “Intellectual property”, as well as by WTR 2017, WTR 1000 2018, WTR 1000 2019, WTR 1000 2020 and WTR 1000 2021 in the category “Recommended individual” for Intellectual property. Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS is also ranked by Décideurs magazine in the “Reputed Practice” category in industrial property in the 2021 ranking.
– Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS has been recognized as a « recommended expert » in Intellectual Property in France by the renowned international legal directory World Trademark review WTR 1000 2021: « Marie-Emmanuelle is a great adviser and very strong litigator with deep IP expertise. Her fees are reasonable and she is internationally minded, speaking several languages fluently. She is responsive, highly ethical and confident, yet protective of her clients’ interests.»
Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS is ranked by Décideurs magazine in the “Reputed Practice” category in industrial property in the 2021 ranking.
Since 2021, Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS has been a lecturer in the Master’s degree program in Law – Digital Activities Law at the University of Paris 13 – Sorbonne Paris Nord on “Open data in Judicial Systems”.
– 07/05/2021: training organized by the Annecy Bar Association, in collaboration with Claudine SALOMON in Annecy, “Trademark law and domain names”
– 05/10/2021 : training at the IEEPI (European Institute of Enterprise and Intellectual Property) in Paris “Maîtriser les contrats marques”
« Domains and Domain Names 2021 » France, published in Getting the Deal Through*
« Domains and Domain Names 2020 » France, published in Getting the Deal Through*
Update of « Défendre sa marque » published in March 2020 by La Revue Fiduciaire. Content available online « La réglementation des marques fait l’objet de modifications importantes ».
« Un an de droit français des noms de domaine et des marques sur Internet », article published by Marie-Emmanuelle Haas in Propriété Industrielle, N°6 – June 2020 – Annual comment based on the analysis of 56 decisions rendered in 2019. The first comment was published in 2009.
« Le nouveau droit des marques » published on January 23, 2020 in the Law review La Revue Fiduciaire (No3826, page 10). This article is dedicated to the new French trademark Law, as a result of the transposition of the EU Directive 2015/2436 of December 16, 2015.
« Un an de droit français des noms de domaine et des marques sur Internet », article published by Marie-Emmanuelle Haas in Propriété Industrielle, N°6 – June 2019 – Annual comment based on the analysis of 77 decisions rendered in 2018. The first comment was published in 2009.
Marie-Emmanuelle HAAS contributed to the publication « Maîtriser le RGPD dans l’entreprise » edited by the Groupe Revue Fiduciaire in its collection « Expert Pratiques d’expert ».
« Domains and Domain Names 2019 » France, published in Getting the Deal Through*