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Éric Azoulay
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Éric Azoulay was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Éric Azoulay

Fédarc Avocats
  • Location:
    Pontoise, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Anne Baudequin
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Anne Baudequin was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Anne Baudequin

Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Jérémy Bensoussan
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Jérémy Bensoussan was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Jérémy Bensoussan

Lexing Alain Bensoussan Avocats
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Alain Bensoussan
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Alain Bensoussan was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Alain Bensoussan

Lexing Alain Bensoussan Avocats
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law
Claire Bernier
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Claire Bernier was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Claire Bernier

Cabinet ADSTO
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law
Florence Chafiol
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Florence Chafiol was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Florence Chafiol

August Debouzy
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Information Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law
Daniel Cohen
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Daniel Cohen was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Daniel Cohen

Zalis
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Banking and Finance Law Technology Law
Jean-Michel Darrois
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Jean-Michel Darrois was awarded 2020 "Lawyer of the Year" in Elasticsearch.PracticeArea

Jean-Michel Darrois

Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Mergers and Acquisitions Law Technology Law Bet-the-Company Litigation Corporate Law Securities Law Criminal Defense Litigation
Olivier De Courcel
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Olivier De Courcel was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Olivier De Courcel

Féral-Schuhl Sainte-Marie
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Information Technology Law Intellectual Property Law Telecommunications Law
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  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Intellectual Property Law Biotechnology and Life Sciences Practice Litigation Corporate Law Arbitration and Mediation Broadcasting Law Entertainment Law Media Law Technology Law
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Béatrice Delmas-Linel was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Béatrice Delmas-Linel

Osborne Clarke
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Intellectual Property Law Technology Law
Marion Depadt-Bels
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Marion Depadt-Bels was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Marion Depadt-Bels

Gramond & Associés
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Thierry Dor
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Thierry Dor was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Thierry Dor

Gide Loyrette Nouel AARPI
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law Intellectual Property Law
Bruno Ducoulombier
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Bruno Ducoulombier was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Bruno Ducoulombier

Derriennic & Associés
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Intellectual Property Law
Christiane Féral-Schuhl
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Christiane Féral-Schuhl was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Christiane Féral-Schuhl

Féral-Schuhl Sainte-Marie
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Intellectual Property Law Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law Information Technology Law
Hervé Gabadou
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Hervé Gabadou was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Hervé Gabadou

Taj
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law Technology Law
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  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law
Xavier Gramond
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Xavier Gramond was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Xavier Gramond

Gramond & Associés
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
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  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Information Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law
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  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law Entertainment Law Intellectual Property Law Media Law
Frédéric Ichay
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Frédéric Ichay was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Frédéric Ichay

Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Mergers and Acquisitions Law Technology Law
Jean-Luc Juhan
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Jean-Luc Juhan was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Jean-Luc Juhan

Latham & Watkins LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law
Stéphane Lemarchand
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Stéphane Lemarchand was awarded 2020 "Lawyer of the Year" in Elasticsearch.PracticeArea

Stéphane Lemarchand

DLA Piper LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Outsourcing Technology Law Information Technology Law
Stéphane Leriche
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Stéphane Leriche was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Stéphane Leriche

Bird & Bird AARPI
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Technology Law
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  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law Intellectual Property Law Technology Law
Pierre Yves Margnoux
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Pierre Yves Margnoux was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Pierre Yves Margnoux

Derriennic & Associés
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Jean-Sébastien Mariez
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Jean-Sébastien Mariez was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Jean-Sébastien Mariez

  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Information Technology Law
David Masson
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David Masson was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

David Masson

Dentons
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Information Technology Law Media Law Intellectual Property Law
Winston Maxwell
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Winston Maxwell was awarded 2020 "Lawyer of the Year" in Elasticsearch.PracticeArea

Winston Maxwell

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Telecommunications Law Entertainment Law Media Law Privacy and Data Security Law Corporate Law
Benjamin May
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Benjamin May was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Benjamin May

Aramis Société d'Avocats
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Outsourcing Information Technology Law
Diane Mullenex
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Diane Mullenex was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Diane Mullenex

Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Information Technology Law
Fabrice Naftalski
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Fabrice Naftalski was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Fabrice Naftalski

EY LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Etienne Papin
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Etienne Papin was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Etienne Papin

Féral-Schuhl Sainte-Marie
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Privacy and Data Security Law Information Technology Law Intellectual Property Law
Mahasti Razavi
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Mahasti Razavi was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Mahasti Razavi

August Debouzy
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Privacy and Data Security Law Outsourcing Information Technology Law Technology Law
Annabelle Richard
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Annabelle Richard was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Annabelle Richard

Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Laurent Romano
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Laurent Romano was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Laurent Romano

CMS Francis Lefebvre Lyon Avocats
  • Location:
    Lyon, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Bruno Grégoire Sainte Marie
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Bruno Grégoire Sainte Marie was awarded 2020 "Lawyer of the Year" in Elasticsearch.PracticeArea

Bruno Grégoire Sainte Marie

Féral-Schuhl Sainte-Marie
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Intellectual Property Law Litigation Media Law Information Technology Law Technology Law
Vincent Siguier
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Vincent Siguier was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Vincent Siguier

Herald Avocats
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
Laurent Szuskin
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Laurent Szuskin was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Laurent Szuskin

  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Information Technology Law Media Law Technology Law
Christian Taylor
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Christian Taylor was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

Christian Taylor

Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law
David Taylor
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David Taylor was awarded  "Lawyer of the Year" in

David Taylor

Hogan Lovells (Paris) LLP
  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Technology Law Intellectual Property Law
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  • Location:
    Paris, France
  • Practice Areas:
    Media Law Intellectual Property Law Technology Law

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Technology Law Definition

Emerging Technologies can be defined as "new or advanced information and communication technologies."

According to Wikipedia, "'emerging technologies' are perceived as capable of changing the status quo. These technologies are generally new" and may include:

In a broad sense: any high technologies;
In a narrow sense: emerging information and communication technologies (new ICT) (Internet, smartphones, Bluetooth protocol, etc.).

They also include all the technological breakthroughs in various fields, including the medical field (such as smart defibrillators), education (interactive whiteboards), computer (voice or face recognition), etc.

Their impact extends across multiple areas, including our lifestyle and our economy. Sectors that manufacture and use these new technologies gain an increasing share of GDP in both the most developed countries and emerging ones, hence the concept of 'new economy' or 'knowledge economy'.

New technology lawyers must have expertise in civil law, in-depth knowledge of the technology industry and be able to react quickly to this ever-changing sector. They also must be able to advise clients on the national and international legal and technical frameworks. Granted that it is not a mandatory prerequisite, technology lawyers should be aware of the state of the art and understand the principles underlying the main technologies in order to best support innovative companies and their customers.

Emerging technology and technology law is a legal field that mixes commercial law, consumer law, competition law, distribution law, intellectual property law, etc. Lawyers shall then audit, advise, and implement compliance their clients' activities vis-à-vis applicable regulations. They also can advise clients on managing their online activities and draft terms and conditions of sale or use of websites.

Technology lawyers also counsel their clients on issues specific to the field of new technologies such as the protection of personal data. Lawyers may also draft contracts for the purpose of developing specific software, or for the maintenance of a client's system. 

Finally, technology lawyers' skill set is much wider and may cover online advertising, protection of immaterial rights, online and offline gaming and gambling, management of e-reputation, cyber security, management of IT risks, etc., because these activities are often carried out by young companies (start-ups), in which technology lawyers have deep understanding regarding their business model.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Les Nouvelles Technologies peuvent être définies comme des "technologies avancées ou nouvelles techniques de l'information et de la communication". 

Pour Wikipedia," les « nouvelles technologies » désignent des domaines très évolutifs et divers des techniques, pouvant tout aussi bien recouvrir:

• au sens large, toute la « haute technologie » ;

• au sens étroit, les nouvelles techniques de l'information et de la communication (NTIC) (Internet, Smartphone, protocole Bluetooth…).

Elles comprennent également toutes les avancées technologiques dans différents domaines, dont le domaine médical (comme les défibrillateurs intelligents), scolaire (tableaux blancs interactifs), informatiques (reconnaissance vocale ou faciale), etc.

Leur impact s'étend sur de multiples domaines, notamment sur notre mode de vie et notre économie. Les secteurs de production et d'utilisation de ces nouvelles techniques acquièrent une part croissante du PIB des économies développées et émergentes, d'où le concept de « nouvelle économie » ou « économie du savoir » ".

Les avocats spécialisés en droit des nouvelles technologies doivent avoir de solides connaissances en droit commun, des connaissances pointues de l'industrie technologique et savoir réagir rapidement aux changements fréquents du secteur. Ils doivent également être en mesure de conseiller leurs clients quant aux normes juridiques et techniques nationales, européennes et internationales qui encadrent ce droit à part. Sans que cela ne soit un prérequis, il est recommandé pour un avocat spécialisé en la matière de connaître l'état de l'art et comprendre les grands principes sous-tendant les principales technologies afin d'accompagner aux mieux les entreprises innovantes ou leurs clients.

Le droit des nouvelles technologies est un domaine aux frontières du droit commercial, du droit de la consommation, du droit de la concurrence, du droit de la distribution, du droit de la propriété intellectuelle, etc. Il s'agit alors notamment pour l'avocat d'auditer, de conseiller et de mettre en conformité les activités du client vis-à-vis de la règlementation en vigueur. Il peut également s'agir de conseiller les clients quant à la gestion de leurs activités en ligne et de rédiger des conditions générales de vente ou d'utilisation de sites Internet.

Les avocats accompagnent également leurs clients sur des questions spécifiques à la matière des nouvelles technologies comme celle de la protection des données personnelles qui répond à des règles particulières. Autre exemple, les avocats spécialisés peuvent être amenés à rédiger des contrats de louage d'ouvrage aux fins de réalisation d'un logiciel adapté aux besoins du client, ou encore un contrat de maintenance du parc informatique d'une société.

Enfin, le champ de compétence d'un avocat spécialisé en nouvelles technologies est très large et ce dernier peut exercer en matière de publicité en ligne, de protection des droits immatériels, de jeux et paris en ligne, d'e-réputation, de cyber-sécurité, de management des risques informatiques etc. Ces activités sont souvent exercées par des jeunes entreprises (start-up) dont l'avocat spécialisé en nouvelles technologies connaît parfaitement le modèle économique et les problématiques.

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Emerging Technologies can be defined as "new or advanced information and communication technologies."

According to Wikipedia, "'emerging technologies' are perceived as capable of changing the status quo. These technologies are generally new" and may include:

In a broad sense: any high technologies;
In a narrow sense: emerging information and communication technologies (new ICT) (Internet, smartphones, Bluetooth protocol, etc.).

They also include all the technological breakthroughs in various fields, including the medical field (such as smart defibrillators), education (interactive whiteboards), computer (voice or face recognition), etc.

Their impact extends across multiple areas, including our lifestyle and our economy. Sectors that manufacture and use these new technologies gain an increasing share of GDP in both the most developed countries and emerging ones, hence the concept of 'new economy' or 'knowledge economy'.

New technology lawyers must have expertise in civil law, in-depth knowledge of the technology industry and be able to react quickly to this ever-changing sector. They also must be able to advise clients on the national and international legal and technical frameworks. Granted that it is not a mandatory prerequisite, technology lawyers should be aware of the state of the art and understand the principles underlying the main technologies in order to best support innovative companies and their customers.

Emerging technology and technology law is a legal field that mixes commercial law, consumer law, competition law, distribution law, intellectual property law, etc. Lawyers shall then audit, advise, and implement compliance their clients' activities vis-à-vis applicable regulations. They also can advise clients on managing their online activities and draft terms and conditions of sale or use of websites.

Technology lawyers also counsel their clients on issues specific to the field of new technologies such as the protection of personal data. Lawyers may also draft contracts for the purpose of developing specific software, or for the maintenance of a client's system. 

Finally, technology lawyers' skill set is much wider and may cover online advertising, protection of immaterial rights, online and offline gaming and gambling, management of e-reputation, cyber security, management of IT risks, etc., because these activities are often carried out by young companies (start-ups), in which technology lawyers have deep understanding regarding their business model.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Les Nouvelles Technologies peuvent être définies comme des "technologies avancées ou nouvelles techniques de l'information et de la communication". 

Pour Wikipedia," les « nouvelles technologies » désignent des domaines très évolutifs et divers des techniques, pouvant tout aussi bien recouvrir:

• au sens large, toute la « haute technologie » ;

• au sens étroit, les nouvelles techniques de l'information et de la communication (NTIC) (Internet, Smartphone, protocole Bluetooth…).

Elles comprennent également toutes les avancées technologiques dans différents domaines, dont le domaine médical (comme les défibrillateurs intelligents), scolaire (tableaux blancs interactifs), informatiques (reconnaissance vocale ou faciale), etc.

Leur impact s'étend sur de multiples domaines, notamment sur notre mode de vie et notre économie. Les secteurs de production et d'utilisation de ces nouvelles techniques acquièrent une part croissante du PIB des économies développées et émergentes, d'où le concept de « nouvelle économie » ou « économie du savoir » ".

Les avocats spécialisés en droit des nouvelles technologies doivent avoir de solides connaissances en droit commun, des connaissances pointues de l'industrie technologique et savoir réagir rapidement aux changements fréquents du secteur. Ils doivent également être en mesure de conseiller leurs clients quant aux normes juridiques et techniques nationales, européennes et internationales qui encadrent ce droit à part. Sans que cela ne soit un prérequis, il est recommandé pour un avocat spécialisé en la matière de connaître l'état de l'art et comprendre les grands principes sous-tendant les principales technologies afin d'accompagner aux mieux les entreprises innovantes ou leurs clients.

Le droit des nouvelles technologies est un domaine aux frontières du droit commercial, du droit de la consommation, du droit de la concurrence, du droit de la distribution, du droit de la propriété intellectuelle, etc. Il s'agit alors notamment pour l'avocat d'auditer, de conseiller et de mettre en conformité les activités du client vis-à-vis de la règlementation en vigueur. Il peut également s'agir de conseiller les clients quant à la gestion de leurs activités en ligne et de rédiger des conditions générales de vente ou d'utilisation de sites Internet.

Les avocats accompagnent également leurs clients sur des questions spécifiques à la matière des nouvelles technologies comme celle de la protection des données personnelles qui répond à des règles particulières. Autre exemple, les avocats spécialisés peuvent être amenés à rédiger des contrats de louage d'ouvrage aux fins de réalisation d'un logiciel adapté aux besoins du client, ou encore un contrat de maintenance du parc informatique d'une société.

Enfin, le champ de compétence d'un avocat spécialisé en nouvelles technologies est très large et ce dernier peut exercer en matière de publicité en ligne, de protection des droits immatériels, de jeux et paris en ligne, d'e-réputation, de cyber-sécurité, de management des risques informatiques etc. Ces activités sont souvent exercées par des jeunes entreprises (start-up) dont l'avocat spécialisé en nouvelles technologies connaît parfaitement le modèle économique et les problématiques.