Julie has a broad ranging practice in intellectual property and information technology and assists a variety of companies, from well-established multi-nationals to startups.
Julie has significant experience advising clients regarding matters related to digital and innovative technologies (liability of Internet players, e-reputation, artificial intelligence issues), to personal data (RGPD audits and impact analyses, exchanges with the French data authority, cybersecurity issues), as well as to commercial issues (IT agreements, IT litigation).
Julie also assists her clients regarding strategically structuring their intellectual property estates and creating an integrated and balanced portfolio that effectively combines intellectual property rights (trademarks, copyright, software, patents, designs and appellations of origin). She assists clients throughout the life cycle of their intangible assets, from their protection to their strategic valuation (audits, license, partnerships and assignment agreements) to their defense through anti-counterfeiting policies, as well as judicial, administrative and custom litigation at French and European levels.
Julie’s practice covers counseling and litigation, and she focuses on litigating efficiently and ensuring that case strategy matches clients’ business goals. She has acquired particular skills in the understanding of complex technical matters (including software infringement) and their translation into simple terms to enable judges to understand. Julie’s key areas of expertise include tech and software, luxury goods, sports, wines and spirits, as well as media and publishing.
Julie is characterized by a business approach to cases and a strong ability to adapt to multicultural and multilingual environments, skills she developed during her dual training in law and business (ESCP Europe Business School) and her international experience (Australia, China, Spain, United Kingdom)