De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés strengthens its practice in the fashion and arts sectors with the arrival of Serge Lederman

De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés continues to reinforce and strengthen its firm’s practice in the fashion and art sectors with the arrival of Serge Lederman.   SEL-vcardSerge Lederman (49 years old) intervenes as counsel as well as in litigation in intellectual property law in sectors as diverse as fashion, design and media and in the food industry.   Recognised by his clients for his analysis of litigious matters and the stakes at hand, as well as his sharp grasp of litigious strategies, Serge Lederman advises companies and institutions on an international level and on domestic operations.   Serge Lederman holds a postgraduate degree (DEA) in General Private Law from Paris II University (1990), a Master’s degree in Business Law from Paris I University (1988). He practiced at the following law firms: Nataf Fajgenbaum & Associés (1999-2014), Charriere Bournazel, Champetier de Ribes, Spitzer (1996-1999) and Kohn, Aguignier & Associés (1991-1996).   He is a founding member of the Acteurs Avocats Associés Association at the Palais de Justice (Paris Courthouse) and also teaches at the Further Education Centre of Paris II-Assas University as part of the Art Work and Law (L'œuvre d'art et le Droit) course organised by the Art and Law Institution (Institut Art et Droit).
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