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Nadège Martin is a technology and intellectual property lawyer and is leading the Technology and Innovation team in Paris.
Nadège joined Norton Rose Fulbright in 2011. She has specialised in information technology, outsourcing and data protection law for the last 17 years and works for a broad range of clients from various sectors such as financial institutions, energy, life sciences, transport, distribution, etc.
Nadège regularly advises clients in the field of privacy, under French law and the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), on local and cross-border data privacy issues, information and consent policies and data export solutions, and assist them in the implementation of their GDPR compliance program. Nadège helps clients on the development of their data-based product and service offerings, e-commerce strategies, digital projects, connected objects, big data programs. Nadège also has a broad experience in advising and assisting clients in the handling of data security incidents and data breaches.
She also frequently assists clients on major IT transactions (BPO and ITO, cloud services and other XaaS licensing models, integration agreements, etc.) and on complex software compliance audits initiated by software editors. Nadège also advises on recent technological developments, such as new cloud computing models, blockchain technology or AI technologies.
Nadège also has an extensive experience of litigation and regulatory and international investigations.
She regularly gives bespoke trainings to clients and seminars on technology and data privacy laws. She has authored several articles in the fields of IP/IT laws and regularly publishes articles in professional journals, notably on data protection.
Nadège was educated in France and the UK. She has been admitted to the Paris Bar in 2001.
Nadège is fluent in French and English.
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