Référendaire at the General Court of the EU Court of Justice
Charles-Henry Massa is Référendaire at the General Court of the EU Court of Justice.
He trained as a qualified lawyer at the Brussels Bar with the IP/IT Department of the Nauta Dutilh law firm. He has been research assistant at the IEJE as well as at the Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis (F.U.S.L.).
Charles-Henry Massa is a graduate from the University of Liège and holds an LL.M. from the Cambridge law school, UK. Thanks to a B.A.E.F. fellowship, Charles-Henry Massa received an LL.M. from the Harvard Law School, with whom he won the European Law Moot Court Competition (E.L.M.C.).
Charles-Henry Massa is currently completing a PhD on patent litigation at the European University Institute in Florence (E.U.I.), Italy. In 2007 he won INTA’s ADR Online Competition as the Best Mediator and Second Place Advocate.
Charles-Henry Massa is currently preparing a textbook on design protections. He has published numerous articles and won the Wim Mak Award 2002 with a research on the Community Design. He has given speeches on IP in more than ten countries.
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