Isabelle advises and assists digital players to assert their rights in a new, changing and therefore uncertain environment.
She assists them in managing the legal risks associated with digital transition projects through good contractual techniques (IT implementations and projects, electronic communications, Internet, etc.)
She analyses clarifying the status of the data and information, as the following:
- protection of personal data and compliance with the DGPS,
- open data, databases,
- electronic evidence,
- digital identity,
- copyright and counterfeiting, etc.
A strong litigation activity completes this consulting practice.
With a strong background in business, Isabelle favors a pragmatic approach to risk management, informed by an academic approach thanks to her teaching at the PANTHEON-ASSAS faculty and her numerous articles and conferences.
Isabelle holds a DESS in business law and the DJCE (Montpellier I, 1988) and a certificate of specialisation in Community law (Strasbourg, 1993). She received a Juris Doctorate from the University of Wyoming in 1989.
She is a "lecturer" in contractual technique within the Master 2 "Multimedia and IT Law" of the University Panthéon- Assas Paris II.
As a member of AFDIT's Board of Directors, she has been organizing the annual Digital Economy Law News Day for the past 8 years, bringing together unanimously recognized experts.