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Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.

22 COURS ALBERT IER, 75008 PARIS, FRANCE
Tel:
Work +33 1 40 75 60 00
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Web:
https://www.gide.com

Thierry Dor

Tel:
Work +33 (0)1 40 75 29 46
Email:
Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I.

Work Department

Intellectual Property, Telecommunications, Media & Technology

Position

Thierry Dor is the partner in charge of information technology law in Gide's Intellectual Property, Telecommunications, Media and Technology practice group. He advises the Firm's French and international clients with regard to IT projects, the Internet, e-commerce, social networks, software and database protection and marketing, implementation of personal data processing and international data transfers. Thierry Dor spent eleven years as General Counsel for major international groups, and therefore has a good knowledge of companies' expectations. He also assists clients of the firm in their IT-related litigation. He is member of ADIJ (Association for the Development of Legal Information), ITech Law Association and IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals). He is a frequent speaker at conferences on new technology law.

Languages

French, English.


France: Industry focus

IT, telecoms and the Internet

Within: IT, telecoms and the Internet

Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. ‘has a very strong understanding of the IT and technology space as a whole with vast experience in dealing with start-ups and fast-growing companies’. Practice co-head Olivier Cousi focuses on telecoms work and recently advised the national telecoms authority of Benin on the country’s legal framework and the introduction of new legislative provisions, as well as assisting the government of Cape Verde with arbitration proceedings against the national telecoms provider concerning regulatory compliance. In other work, ‘outstanding lawyer’ and counsel Julien Guinot-Deléry and practice co-head Thierry Dor provide ongoing advice to La Gazette Drouot on IT projects and contentious issues arising from its responsibility for publishing online content. Other key clients include Vodafone, Natixis, Facebook and Total, who instructed the practice to advise on data protection matters.

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