Julia advises clients on all aspects of intellectual property and media law, with particular expertise in broadcasting and digital content and interactive entertainment sectors.
Julia regularly advises businesses in the Technology Media and Communications sector on a range of commercial and technology issues, and various topics related notably to copyright, trademark, publicity, advertising and gaming law and regulations, on both contentious and non-contentious matters.
She also advises on various aspects of media regulation and production from both traditional and new media perspective, with a thorough understanding of the regulations governing online content.
Julia is a lecturer since 2017 at the HEAD law school (Paris) on the digital platform regulations, with a focus on their liability as intermediary and their obligations of transparency and accountability.
Julia was admitted to the Paris bar in November 2012. She holds a Master 2 degree in Literary, Artistic and Industrial Property Law from Paris II – Panthéon Assas University.
She joined Osborne Clarke in 2013.
Julia Darcel is very open in communication and has a very practical approach. She truly informs the client about advantages and disadvantages of the case and looks for a right solution. She is very cooperative and open to discussions.
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