About us

Stéphanie Zeller,
Founding partner, Lawyer at the Paris Bar
Certified specialist in IP law
The firm was founded in 2001 by Stéphanie ZELLER, Franco-German lawyer, admitted to the Paris Bar since 1996. Over the past twenty years, the firm has developed expertise in intellectual property, on the one hand, and in international distribution / economic law, on the other hand.

Stéphanie ZELLER, holder of a Master degree in IP law from the University Paris II, Panthéon-Assas (France) and a certificate of specialization in IP law delivered from the French National Bar Association, frequently intervenes for the protection, promotion and defense of the IP rights of her clients (copyright, trademarks, designs and models, patents and unfair competition).

She intervenes mainly in the luxury (fashion, perfumes, leather goods, accessories), design and artistic creation sectors. She is the appointed advisor to the Association of Exhibition Scenographers.
A lawyer at the Paris Bar, Gabrielle Pierre-Lenfant practices, both in counsel and in litigation, in the field of intellectual property law, particularly in trademark law, copyright and patent law, as well as surrounding matters such as than unfair and parasitic competition.

She advises French and foreign clients in intellectual property disputes before national courts, as well as French and European intellectual property offices. She also assists clients in negotiating and drafting contracts.

As part of her training, and before joining Cabinet Zeller as an associate, Gabrielle has worked in law firms specialized in intellectual property, with patent attorneys and in the chemical industry.

Gabrielle holds a Master 2 degree in Intellectual Property law from CEIPI (2016), as well as a Diploma of Corporate counsel (DJCE) and a Master 2 in International Business Law from Aix-Marseille University (2014). She also studied at the University College of Dublin (2012).

Gabrielle is a member of the executive committee of the Alumni Association of CEIPI. She is fluent in French and English.
Gabrielle Pierre-Lenfant,
Lawyer at the Paris Bar
Associate