Heading the French IP and IT practice, Marc has over 20 years of experience advising clients on both contentious and non-contentious aspects of intellectual property and information technology. Marc is very active in brand management and in securing IP rights in transactional work regarding acquisition of rights and operation of the same, as well as IP rich and cutting-edge transactions in the tech and digital environment. Marc is further strongly involved in litigation in these fields.
Marc is recognised by clients as approachable, commercial and thorough in his advice. With strong knowledge of industry constraints and risk management methods, his assistance is valuable in litigation. He further assists clients respond to specific IP and privacy challenges in the convergence of communication technologies and data management techniques.
Marc assists major brands, content producers, software publishers, IT service providers, software and systems customers, online broadcasters and platforms as well as insurers in respect of their dedicated tech/cyber risk coverage. Marc is listed among the leading lawyers in his field.
|Since 2017||Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|1995||Admitted to the Bar, Paris|
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News as at 10 November 2022
This week's data protection news includes: What's happening with the UK's Data Protection Bill?; 44th Global Privacy Assembly – facial recognition principles agreed; 44th Global Privacy Assembly – facial recognition principles agreed; Governments to work together and separately to tackle ransomware; CJEU ruling on inclusion and withdrawal of contact details in directories; Ofcom proposes lowering incident reporting thresholds for OESs.
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News as at 3 November 2022
This week's data protection news includes: EDPB consults on updated guidelines on identifying a lead supervisory authority; ICO guidance on direct marketing using email and live calls; ICO concerns over emotion analysis technologies; ICO publishes draft guidance on information about workers' healthCNIL fines Clearview AI €20m; OECD cross-border data flow report; Australia proposes increase in data breach fines; AG ruling on retention of IP addresses to identify suspected copyright infringement; ICO fines Interserve Group £4.4m for employee privacy failings.
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