July 4th – Ipsilon group and Cabinet Barre Laforgue et Associés will combine forces in the IP market.
The combined group will have a total staff of about 70, a portfolio of 23,000 patents and 28,000 trademarks, and is now ranked in the TOP 10 French IP firms.
Through this association, the Ipsilon group is expanding its skills in the aeronautics, space, automation, biotechnology, agri-food, health and sports sectors, among others. At the same time, the clients of Cabinet Barre Laforgue et Associés will fully benefit from the support of a robust firm structure offered by a group that has a vast international presence. Ipsilon’s Toulouse team will surely take advantage of the group’s sophisticated work procedures. Ipsilon was indeed awarded the “Trophées du Droit”, an honnor saluting IP firms that experienced a significant growth.
Christian Lassiaille, former President of Cabinet Barre Laforgue et Associés , emphasized: “The integration of our team into the Ipsilon group allows us to offer all our clients the guarantee of a structure of an international stature, new skills and even more competitive prices.”
Valerie Feray the founder of Ipsilon which was formed in 2001, proudly stated that “This agreement enables us to make our regional presence grow larger in order to maintain an ever closer proximity with our clients “. She added that “we keep following our development strategy while remaining faithful to our values that make our DNA : involvement, dynamism and proximity.”