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Allison Brizio-Delaporte is a French and European Patent Attorney and she has gained more than 15 years’ professional experience as part of our team. She prepares and obtains patents and conducts opposition and appeal proceedings before the European Patent Office.
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  • European and French Patent Attorney
  • Engineer, Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire in Biotechnology
  • Graduate of CEIPI (Patents)


  • Patent drafting and prosecution
  • Patent litigation
  • Freedom to operate
  • Legal actions before French and foreign courts
  • EPO opposition and appeal procedures


  • Pharmacology
  • Energy and Environment (storage by phase change material, heat exchangers, thermodynamic cycles)
  • Biotechnology and lifescience
  • Energy management of buildings
  • Microelectronics and Nanotechnologies (FinFET transistors, FDSOI, lithography processes, phase change memories and OxRAM, thin film packaging)
  • Chemistry and processes (etch chemistry, fluid purification, electrolysis)


Allison Brizio-Delaporte is responsible for patent portfolios in the field of biotechnology, processes and chemistry for industrial companies and research laboratories, with applications in fields such as health, agriculture and energy.

In the field of microelectronics or materials, the inventions she deals with include the production of microelectronic structures such as FinFET transistors, FDSOI, or phase change memories and OxRAM, wet or plasma etching processes, fluid purification processes, and electrolysis processes.

Allison Brizio-Delaporte is involved in many areas related to energy management: positive energy buildings, heat exchangers and thermodynamic cycles.

She has also developed particular expertise in the field of thermal energy storage using phase change materials.

She is also regularly contacted by incubators and competitiveness clusters to share her expertise in the field of patentability, life sciences in cosmetology and biology in general.

She gained research experience at the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) and then at the Laboratory of the University College of London.

Allison Brizio-Delaporte joined Hautier in January 2006. Having graduated from CEIPI, she is currently a European representative at the European Patent Office and a Patent Attorney at INPI in France.

She teaches at the University Polytechnic School of Nice and at the Sophia Antipolis University Institute for Vocational Training to provide training in patentability for life sciences.