French Intellectual Property Attorney since 2009
European Patent Attorney since 2008
Top-graduate from CEIPI law school
PhD delivered by the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse
Master degree in Signal and Image processing delivered by SUPAERO
Master degree in electronics delivered by ENSEEIHT
Mathieu Bringer has co-founded BRINGER IP law firm in 2016 after serving for more than 15 years in various Intellectual property law firms in Europe and in Asia. He was for 4 years the General Manager in China of a French IP firm, he has set-up and managed the Chinese Desk of a Belgian IP law firm, and has managed their french regional office for 3 years. He has also worked during two years in Vietnam to set-up Franco-Vietnamese projects in the field of scientific research. Mathieu has lived more than 20 years abroad since his childhood, including around 15 years in Asia.
Mathieu is specialized in defining international tailored strategies to protect the creations of innovative companies in Europe and in Asia. He analyses the patentability of creations, follows examination proceedings and issuance of patents, files oppositions against patents of competitors, organizes the transfer of intellectual property rights, studies possible freedom to operate issues, analyzes the validity of patents of third parties, and undertakes litigation actions. Mathieu is totally fluent in French and in English and can work in Spanish and Mandarin.
In addition to its attorney work, Mathieu is also an expert at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Academy, that was established in 1998 with the objective to enhance the capacity of WIPO member countries to use intellectual property.
When not dealing with Intellectual Property, Mathieu can be seen travelling in South-East-Asia, hiking with his family in Pyrenean mountains, or training for his next marathon.