Elise Dufour has joined Bignon Lebray’s intellectual property and advanced technology law department as of counsel.
Elise is admitted to the Paris bar and specialises in new technology law. She advises French and international clients on transactional and litigation matters in the digital sector.
Elise Dufour has more than 10 years of experience and her practice focuses on the following:
- IT projects (contract negotiation and management, legal assistance with IT projects) and assistance with the implementation of cloud computing solutions;
- Usage and security of collected data (open data, big data, small data, business Intelligence) and advising clients on data protection matters;
- Digital restructuring strategy;
- E-marketing policies;
- Online protection of intangible assets (reputation management, AdWords policy, domain name and new extension strategy, domain name recovery).
More generally, Elise advises clients on all of their e-commerce initiatives (online and mobile applications).
Her expertise will contribute significantly to the department’s existing areas of expertise.
‘Elise Dufour’s arrival at Bignon Lebray demonstrates our commitment to increasing our market position in intellectual property and investing in this practice area,’ said Jacques Goyet, chairman of the Bignon Lebray managing committee.