Irene Bodle is an English lawyer with substantial experience advising on SaaS, cloud computing, GDPR and IT law. She is used to assisting in the management and evaluation of all legal and commercial risks inherent in operating in the cloud, and advises SaaS business customers and suppliers across all industries.

Raphaël Dana is involved in complex litigation and commercial negotiations, with a focus on intellectual property matters and questions related to new technologies (personal data, financial or health data, software, cybersecurity, etc.). His litigation practice takes him before the French supervisory authority (CNIL), French courts and arbitral tribunals.

Tressy Ekoukou mainly intervenes in civil and commercial litigation, IT law and new technologies. She assists and advises clients with their IP and IT issues, as well as data protection matters. She is also involved with clients in pre-litigation cases, and sometimes goes to court, representing them before civil and criminal courts.

Gaël le Faou was Tax Director of the National Association of Administrative and Tax Assistance for Lawyers (ANAAFA) for 6 years before devoting himself to tax law as an attorney. He assists companies in dealing with various tax issues (litigation, transactional and reporting obligations). His field of intervention includes issues of national and international taxation, and regularly takes him before administrative and judicial courts.

Trademark attorney and authorized representative before the European Union intellectual property office since 1997, Henri Michel Reynaud became a lawyer with the Paris bar in 2005. He represents our clients before the courts and industrial property authorities. Former partner of a patent consulting firm, he also assists our clients with regard to protection strategies for all industrial products.

Serge Rosenzweig is a member of the Paris and New York Bars and specializes in corporate, private equity and M&A transactions. With increased skills in the world of start-ups, he supports companies from registration to seed financing, then during the various rounds of fundraising, until exit.

Fabien Chambarlhac assists the main economic players in New Caledonia and the Wallis and Futuna Islands for all their contractual legal needs, and represents them before the local courts and the Nouméa Court of Appeal; in particular, he advises local municipalities, industrial and manufacturing corporations, insurance companies and major retailers.

Having finished a joint J.D. and LLM program, Christopher Anderson is in the process of admission to the Washington, D.C. and Paris Bars. He supplemented his specialized curriculum in international commercial law with internships in investor-state arbitration in Ukraine and in the law of new technologies with our team. He assists our clients on cross-border questions related to their business planning and disputes.