After eight years in a major French law firm specialising in advanced technology law and one year of developing an IP / IT / data practice in an international law firm, Sarah joined Osborne Clarke’s Paris office as a counsel.
With a triple competence in intellectual property, information technologies and data, and a particular interest in technologies, Sarah works on innovative subjects such as artificial intelligence, smart data, blockchain, connected objects and more generally digital transition.
Curious and eager to understand technological and business opportunities and associated risks, she works closely with her clients to find the optimal legal organization to secure, enhance and exploit an innovation. Defining a strategy for securing and enhancing the value of intangible assets, compliance, drafting and negotiating contracts, creating complex contractual architectures, legal acculturation and training are just some of the services Sarah provides to clients.
Sarah has been a member of the Paris Bar since 2011 following her training at the Paris Bar School.
She holds a Master 2 degree in literary and artistic property law from the University of Paris II-Panthéon Assas.