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Taylor Wessing
69 AVENUE FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT
75008 PARIS
France
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Position

Philippe Glaser, Partner, joined Taylor Wessing in April 2007 in the Dispute Resolution Group.

As a specialist in computer technology-related litigations, Philippe advices on projects for restructuring information and data integration systems, as well as on financing of hardware and software solutions.

He also intervenes on litigations in connection with the restructuring or sale of business (guarantee of liabilities, shareholders’ disputes, liability of Management, etc.).

Philippe advises professionals from the Asset Management sector (Asset Management companies, financial investment advisors, etc.) on regulatory and litigation issues, a field in which he has acquired extensive expertise over the years.

Career

Philippe, who was admitted to the Paris Bar Association in 1992, holds a degree specialising in politics & administration from the Institut d’Etudes politiques in Lyon and a postgraduate pre-doctoral degree in Corporate and Tax Law from the University of Paris II.

He was an Associate with various law firms until 1996 when he joined Dubarry Le Douarin Veil, and became a Partner there in 2001.

Philippe is also a member of the French Association for Computer Law and IT related matters (ADIJ) and of the Capitant Association.

Lawyer Rankings

France > Industry focus: IT and internet 

Led by Philippe Glaser and Marc Schuler, Taylor Wessing‘s IT team carries out transactional work for a diverse mix of clients ranging from blue-chip global brands to SMEs with innovative business models and technologies. In addition to the heavyweight transactional and business project practice, including outsourcing, the team regularly advises on digital media products, including social media platforms, and assists clients with leveraging developing technologies. Valérie Aumage and two associates left in 2021.

France > Data privacy and data protection

Taylor Wessing‘s team of specialist IT and data protection lawyers receives instructions from a diverse group of clients, ranging from blue-chip global brands to smaller enterprises with novel business models and technologies. The firm’s full-service offering includes transactional work, contentious matters, GDPR compliance, and cybersecurity advice. Marc Schuler and Philippe Glaser lead the practice and are names to note in the field. Counsel Benjamin Znaty also stands out for his knowledge of data protection regulation.

Paris > Résolution des litiges > Contentieux commercial et de droit des sociétés

Taylor Wessing traite principalement des contentieux commerciaux, notamment dans le domaine informatique. Le cabinet dispose aussi d’une forte compétence dans la gestion des contentieux industriels et de droit des assurances, auprès des entreprises ou des assureurs. Il traite enfin des litiges financiers et de droit des sociétés. La pratique est codirigée par Philippe Glaser, Pierre-Olivier Leblanc, Paul-Albert Iweins,   Benoît Goulesque-Monaux et Lare Hüe de la Colombe  qui se consacre au développement de l’arbitrage international.

Paris > Secteurs et industries > IT and internet

Codirigée par Philippe Glaser et Marc Schuler, l’équipe de Taylor Wessing traite des dossiers transactionnels et d’externalisation pour le compte d’une large base de clients : grandes marques mondiales comme PME innovantes. L’équipe conseille aussi ses clients en matière de média numérique et de plateformes de réseaux sociaux. A noter, le départ en 2021 de Valérie Aumage et de deux collaborateurs.

Paris > Protection des données personnelles

L’équipe spécialiste des nouvelles technologies et des données personnelles de Taylor Wessing assiste une base de clientèle diversifiée ; grands groupes mondiaux, start-up développant de nouveaux modèles commerciaux et technologiques. Le champ d’expertises couvre : le transactionnel, le contentieux, la conformité RGPD et les sujets de cybersécurité. La pratique est codirigée par Marc Schuler  etPhilippe Glaser , qui sont secondés par le counsel Benjamin Znaty qui affiche une solide connaissance de la réglementation des données.