Technology/Privacy lawyer, Grégoire advise on, draft and negotiate complex technology, software and licensing arrangements as well as an on wide range of data protection issues.
Grégoire is a Counsel with extensive experience in technology and data protection matters.
Grégoire's mainly assists clients in drafting and negotiating a wide variety of IT contracts in the digital world: cloud licenses and services, software integration, outsourcing, hosting, etc. for both IT service providers and business users, from start-ups to multinational companies.
In addition, Gregoire handles all matters related to the data protection and regularly advises clients either on global compliance projects with the GDPR and French data protection laws or on complex specific issues (international data transfers, data protection impact analysis, cookies, processing of health or diversity data, etc.) or in the context of investigation or litigation with the CNIL.
Grégoire has also developed an expertise on e-commerce issues, electronic signatures and employees’ cyber-surveillance within the company.
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Advised Groupe Casino and its subsidiary RelevanC on the IP/data aspects of its negotiations with the Intermarché Group for the creation of a purchasing partnership, in France and internationally, and a digital partnership.
- IT and data
- Regulatory and compliance
- Intellectual property
- Infrastructure services
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