Jean-Christophe Chevallier

Areas of expertise 

Jean-Christophe Chevallier is involved in the areas of intellectual property law (trademarks, designs and models, domain names), literary and artistic property rights (copyright and database protection), IT law, contractual law, media law, protection of privacy and personal data, consumer law, competition and distribution law.

He practices law both in French and in English.

Professional experience 

Jean-Christophe Chevallier worked as a lawyer, then as an attorney within the Intellectual Property and New Technologies department of Ydès for eight years. He was then the Head of IP, IT, Data Protection and Economic Law of the Europcar Group for over three years.

After this successful experience, Jean-Christophe Chevallier re-joined the Intellectual Property and New Technologies department of Ydès, in 2016, as an Of Counsel and became a partner in 2018.

Educational background

Admitted to the Paris Bar, he graduated with a specialised master degree (Master 2) in Information Technology from the Robert Schuman University of Strasbourg (2003/2004) as well as with a master degree (Master 1) in business law from the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin (2001/2002).