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Christian is the founder and managing partner of Cabinet DUDIEU AVOCATS since 2006. The law firm specializes in business law and industrial property advice OAPI (African Intellectual Property Organization). The firm is also an OAPI professional representative.

In 2010, Christian was appointed successful bidder for a call for tenders on behalf of the Ministry of the Environment and the World Bank, with a view to drafting the arguments leading to the drafting of the preliminary draft. the law on the natural and cultural heritage of Cameroon.

In 2011, he was appointed member of the “Commission for the Application of Intellectual Property Rights”.

The same year, he was awarded the international call for tenders (SAGE-FRANCE) for the drafting of the book “Software counterfeiting in the OAPI space: Comparative study of the legislations of Senegal, Gabon, Ivory Coast and Cameroon ”.

Christian has written numerous books, including “Software Counterfeiting in the OAPI Space: A Comparative Study of Legislation in Senegal, Gabon, Ivory Coast and Cameroon. “(2011) and” 50 Questions to understand trademark infringement seizure in the OAPI space “(2013). He has also given conferences, in particular:- in 2017 on “securing drugs through patents in African law” on behalf of the International Union of Lawyers;- in 2018 on “strategies to combat software counterfeiting” on behalf of the American company HP.

Christian is the former vice-president of the Association des Mandataire Agréés à l’OAPI. He is also a member of the “French Association of Trademark Law Specialists” and of the “International Trademark Association” (USA).

Christian is a lecturer in “Trademark litigation” at the University of Cameroon.

Since July 1998, he has been the executive secretary of the O.N.G “AGIR”, an organization providing legal and judicial assistance to minors in conflict with the law and to minors who are victims of violence.

Since March 2003, he has been a Consultant on the Rights of the Child at the Ministry of Social Affairs of Cameroon.

From June 2003 to March 2007, he was a consultant to UNICEF – Cameroon for the rights of the child.

Christian holds a DESS in industrial property and a DEA in business law.