Squire Patton Boggs associate Marion Cavalier has been recognized by World Intellectual Property Review (WIPR) Diversity and Influential Women in Intellectual Property (IP) as a 2021 Trailblazer. The publication highlights 20 outstanding women with a decade or less of experience in the IP industry who have made a significant impact in the sector.
Ms. Cavalier has been practicing as a French attorney for five years, representing large international clients but also smaller clients and non-profits on a pro bono basis with their IP issues. Her practice encompasses patent, trademark and commercial litigation before the French courts and arbitration tribunals. She is also a certified information privacy professional and advises global clients on compliance with privacy laws and regulations.
Her experience spans a broad range of industries with particular emphasis on the technology, media, telecommunications and life sciences sectors. Before joining Squire Patton Boggs, Ms. Cavalier also worked at the National Archives in London on a research project called “Big Data for Law” which won the Halsbury Legal Innovation Award in 2015.