Maud Fragnière is mainly active in the fields of intellectual property, competition and contract law. She benefits from huge judicial practice and frequently advises her clients before the courts.
She acquired significant experience in competition law after working as a scientific collaborator at the Federal Competition Commission in Bern in 2010 and 2011.
Maud Fragnière advises both multinationals and SMI in her areas of expertise (contracts, brands, patents, competition).
She is holder of a bilingual French-German Masters in Swiss law awarded by the University of Fribourg as well as admission to the Vaud bar obtained in 2013.
In addition to French, Maud Fragnière has a perfect mastery of English and German. She also has a very good working knowledge of Italian.
Maud Fragnière joined Kasser Schlosser attorneys at law in 2013. She was ranked in the Best Lawyers in Switzerland edition 2021 for Intellectuall Property Law.
Main areas of practice
- Senior Associate, Kasser Schlosser Attorneys at Law (2018-)
- Member of the Swiss Law and National Relations Commission, AROPI (2015-)
- Associate, Kasser Schlosser Attorneys at Law (2013-2018)
- Trainee, MCE Attorneys at Law (2011-2013)
- Scientific collaborator, Swiss Competition Commission (2009-2010)
Best Lawyers in Switzerland 2021
Intellectual Property Law
- Admission to the bar (2013)
- Universities of Fribourg and Heidelberg, MLaw (2009)
- University of Fribourg, BLaw (2007)
La clause de non-concurrence en droit du travail
Newsletter WEKA, October 2016
Hypothèque légale des artisans et entrepreneurs : ce qui change et ce qui reste
Coauteurs: B. Carron. In F. Bohnet (ed.), Le nouveau droit de l’hypothèque légale des artisans et entrepreneurs
Les contrats de transfert de technologie et le droit de la concurrence – Un aperçu de la législation et des pratiques en vigueur en Suisse
Conference organised by the Association Romande de Propriété Intellectuelle
26 April 2016, Geneva
Internet et droit d’auteur
Conference presented alongside Florian Ducommun in the framework of the two-yearly seminar of the Juristes progressistes vaudois
5 June 2014, Lausanne