Isabelle assists and helps her clients to manage the legal risks associated with digital transition projects through contractual techniques (IT implementations and projects, electronic communications, internet …) and the optimisation of the status of data, information and creations (RGPD compliance, open data, electronic evidence, digital identity, databases/copyright and counterfeiting, etc.). An important litigation activity completes this consulting practice. Drawing on her experience in business, she favours a pragmatic approach to this risk management, enlightened by an academic approach thanks to her university lectures and numerous articles and conferences.
Isabelle holds a DESS in business law and a DJCE (Montpellier I, 1988) and a certificate of a degree in community law (Strasbourg, 1993). She benefited from a Juris Doctor program from the University of Wyoming in 1989. She is a lecturer in contractual technique within the Master 2 “Multimedia and computer law” of the Panthéon-Assas Paris II University. Member of the AFDIT board of directors, she has been organising the annual digital economy law news day for seven years, bringing in unanimously recognised experts.
Isabelle began her career at Apple’s European headquarters in 1990 and joined Gide three years later. She worked at Jeantet (1996-1999), then at Ginestié, Magellan Paley-Vincent (1999-2006) where she was promoted to partner. She continued her career for 12 years at Fidal before joining DELCADE in 2019 to set up an information technology practice.
Her recent publications
Developing a Compliance Program
A checklist outlining the key steps to take and the main issues to consider when developing a compliance program, including overlaps with the environmental, social and governance (ESG) frameworkRead more
DELCADE welcomes Pierre-Antoine Dubecq as a Partner M&A and Private Equity
DELCADE is delighted to welcome Pierre-Antoine Dubecq as a partner in the Paris office.Read more
Publishing of the first French Guidelines relating to the Control of Foreign Investments in France
Published on 8 September 2022, the French Guidelines on the Control of Foreign Investment in France sadly are an unfinished workRead more