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DLA Piper
27 RUE LAFFITTE
75009 PARIS
France

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France > Industry focus: IT and internet

(Leading individuals)

Gregory TulquoisDLA Piper

DLA Piper has large resources and a very experienced team which advises leading French companies, including Airbus and LVMH, on strategic IT projects. The practice notably advises in the context of companies’ digital transformation, cloud computing and outsourcing projects.  Recent work includes assisting Airbus with ambitious technology projects and advising several clients on the setting up and launch of new websites and online services. The practice also assists several IT providers and is experienced in IT-related litigation. Jonathan Rofé heads the practice which also includes the highly regarded Stéphane LemarchandFabienne Panneau and Gregory Tulquois. Counsels Caroline Goupil and Jeanne Dauzier provide key support. Denise Lebeau-Marianna handles data privacy issues.

France > Aviation

(Leading individuals)

Gregory TulquoisDLA Piper

DLA Piper advises on the full range of aviation-related work and handles a number of matters for key client Airbus. Other clients include businesses in the aerospace and defence industries and the team is also active in aviation matters related to insurance, commercial contracts, litigation and arbitration, and employment issues. Practice head Vonnick Le Guillou is an experienced litigator, specialising in insurance liability claims. Gregory Tulquois co-chairs the firm’s global aerospace group, with a particular focus on transactions, as well as commercial and marketing matters.

Paris > Secteurs et industries > Technologies de l’information, informatique et internet

(Les grands avocats du marché)

Gregory TulquoisDLA Piper

DLA Piper dispose d’importantes ressources et d’une équipe particulièrement expérimentée qui conseille de grandes entreprises françaises, parmi lesquelles Airbus et LVMH, dans leurs projets technologiques stratégiques. Le cabinet dispense ses conseils dans le cadre de la réalisation de projets de transformation numérique, de cloud et d’externalisation. Il accompagne Airbus dans la conduite de plusieurs projets technologiques ambitieux, et conseille régulièrement ses clients sur la mise en place et le lancement de sites internet et d’e-plateformes. Le cabinet est enfin le conseil de plusieurs fournisseurs et prestataires de solutions informatiques et possède une bonne expertise contentieuse. La pratique est dirigée par Jonathan Rofé et réunit plusieurs associés très réputés: Stéphane LemarchandFabienne Panneau et Gregory Tulquois. Ils sont entourés des counsels Caroline Goupil et Jeanne Dauzier. Denise Lebeau-Marianna traite des problématiques de données personnelles.

Paris > Aviation

(Les grands avocats du marché)

Gregory TulquoisDLA Piper

DLA Piper est doté d’une gamme complète d’expertises, à laquelle a notamment recours le client phare du cabinet Airbus, ainsi que de nombreuses entreprises spécialisées dans les secteurs de la défense et de l’aérospatiale. Le cabinet traite régulièrement des dossiers d’assurance et des contrats commerciaux, et gère des affaires contentieuses et des arbitrages. Il se voit même confier des dossiers de droit social. A la tête de la pratique, Vonnick Le Guillou est l’une des avocates du marché parmi les plus réputées pour la gestion des litiges et des recours en matière d’assurance. Gregory Tulquois, qui codirige la pratique du cabinet au plan global dans le secteur de l’aérospatiale, intervient particulièrement lors de transactions, ainsi que dans la gestion de problématiques commerciales et de marketing.

United States > Intellectual property > Patents: licensing

DLA Piper LLP (US) impresses with its experience in advising on the licensing components of major transactions, such as covenants not to sue and covenants to exhaust rights; its long track record of negotiating settlement agreements in the context of patent disputes, especially those involving non-practicing entities; and its strength in negotiating and drafting licensing agreements aimed at further developing bio- and other technologies. Additionally, the practice frequently assists with patentability, validity and freedom-to-operate issues as part of its patent portfolio management offering. The team is especially active at the intersection of the life sciences and the technology sectors, but also excels in a range of other sectors, notably the manufacturing and technology sector as a stand-alone sector. Cross-border matters account for the bulk of the caseload as clients come from the US, Asia Pacific and Europe, especially the UK. The San Diego-based Mark Lehberg co-chairs the global commercial contracts practice alongside the Paris-based Gregory Tulquois, Victoria Lee in the Silicon Valley office is the global chair of the technology sector practice and East coast duo Larissa Bifano and Daniel Christenbury, in Boston and Philadelphia respectively, co-chair the US patent prosecution practice.