Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright is pleased to announce that Nadège Martin has been promoted to partner in the Paris office.
Nadège advises a wide range of clients from various industry sectors on all aspects of IT, data privacy and IP laws, including: outsourcing and sourcing, XaaS licensing, data protection and the Internet (including e-commerce, m-commerce, digital projects, GDPR compliance programs, data breaches and other cybercriminality events) as well as copyright and trademark licensing work.
Nadège also has extensive dispute resolution experience related to IT and IP, including issues involving IT projects, software and database infringements, e-reputation or defamation, unfair or illegal competition, as well as copyright and trademark infringements. She is fluent in English and French.
George Paterson, head of the Paris office of Norton Rose Fulbright, commented: “We are delighted to announce Nadege’s promotion to partner. She has many years of experience advising clients on fast moving issues in the technology sector and is a great asset to our team.”
Nadège Martin commented: “The adoption of new technologies, cybersecurity, and data protection are amongst the most pressing challenges faced by businesses today, and these will continue to grow more complex. I look forward to further developing our practice in this area and to extend the service we offer clients.”
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