Skills > IT law – Data protection regulation

The development of communication media including mobile, software, Internet and social networks has created new problems especially in terms of liability of Internet services and privacy statement.

Cabinet Pierrat assists its clients by advising them in the development of their business on the Internet, especially when creating their websites and write their terms and conditions.

Cabinet Pierrat also assists clients in the negotiation and drafting of contracts of acquisition or transfer of rights involving new technologies.

In addition, the firm’s lawyers have developed expertise in domain name litigation by representing clients in the context of UDRP proceedings before WIPO and advising them closely in the definition of their strategy. marketing.

Special attention is also given to new issues raised by the web and respect for the rights of individuals, the right to privacy, the right to be forgotten, respect for personal data and legislation relating to the right of the press online. Thus, our firm regularly accompanies its clients in proceedings before the High Authority for the Dissemination of Works and the Protection of Rights on the Internet (HADOPI) or the National Commission for Computing and Freedoms (CNIL).

Cabinet Pierrat is one of the law firms enjoying a “reputable practice” in internet law of the Décideurs / Leaders League 2019 guide.

In addition, Cabinet Pierrat assists its clients in the implementation and enforcement of personal data legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The firm’s lawyers can be chosen as Data Protection Officers (DPOs or DPOs) by their clients.

Emmanuel Pierrat co-chairs the Juries of the National Bar Council awarding the specialization “Intellectual Property Law” and “New Computer and Communication Technology Law” and was one of the first Cyberlex members.

Finally, Emmanuel Pierrat co-chairs the Jurys of the National Bar Council, awarding the specialization “Intellectual Property Law” and “Law of New Computer and Communication Technologies”.