Cyril Fabre


Intellectual property & Information technologies
Data Protection
Distribution & Competition Law

01 70 92 95 95


Digital business law, digital economy
Intellectual property law (trademarks, designs, domain names)
Copyright law for literary and artistic works (copyright law and database law)
New technologies law (I.T. and networks)
E-commerce law
Contract law
Media law
Advertisement law
Privacy and personal data protection
Consumer law
Competition and distribution law
Traditional industries, any sector, focusing on 100% digital services
Spoken languages


Cyril is a pioneer in intellectual property law applied to digital economy, and is a renowned expert in this sector. He is involved in all the legal issues related to digital activity and the digital economy, and more particularly in intellectual property, new technologies (I.T. and networks),
e-commerce, contract law, media law, advertisement law, privacy and personal data protection, consumer law, competition and distribution law, including the criminal law related to these sectors.


After a first international experience at the Agency for the Protection of Programs in Geneva, Cyril joined the firm Ydès in the year 2000 to setup the digital economy and data department.


Cyril is an arbitrator and mediator with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).


He is also a lecturer in the intellectual property module for new technologies at the Paris Bar School.


He regularly participates in conferences and webinars in his areas of expertise, including:


He is referred to by as being amongst the leading attorneys in internet law.

A specialized master degree (Master 2) in digital computing law from Paris I & Paris XI Panthéon Sorbonne – Sceaux
A master degree (Master 1) in business law – major in intellectual property law from Paris X Nanterre
He has been admitted to the Paris Bar since the year 2000