Jérôme Passa is a member of the Paris Bar, specializing in intellectual property litigation and counseling. After an experience as a co-founding partner of a firm already dedicated to this discipline, he created, at the end of 2020, the firm Passa Avocats. Jérôme Passa is involved in litigation, complex or routine, domestic or European, in all areas of intellectual property law, both in industrial property law (trademarks, patents, designs) and in literary and artistic property law (copyright and related rights), as well as in related disciplines such as unfair competition and unfair trade practices law, free competition law and digital technology law, which frequently interfere in intellectual property litigation. Jérôme Passa also provides advice to companies, lawyers and patent attorneys in the context of complex and often contentious cases. He also acts as arbitrator or counsel for the parties in arbitration proceedings. Jérôme Passa holds a degree in private law (1999) and is a professor at the University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) where he teaches various aspects of intellectual property law in specialized master’s programs. He is the director of the Master 2 Literary, Artistic and Industrial Property Law and the Master 2 Digital Law. He is also the director of the Centre d’Etudes Juridiques et Economiques du Numérique (CEJEN) which organizes each year, alone or in partnership, several conferences on topics related to digital law. Jérôme Passa is the author of a two-volume treatise on industrial property law, which is a reference in the field (Volume 1, Marques et autres signes distinctifs. Designs and models, LGDJ, 2nd ed. 2009 ; volume 2, Patents and related protections, LGDJ, 1st ed., 2013) and numerous articles and columns in various specialized journals. Jérôme Passa also conducts training sessions and regularly speaks at symposiums and other conferences, in particular at the APRAM and the FNDE.