Computer and information technology lawPhilippe Touitou2020-07-24T13:17:37+02:00
Computer and Information Technology law
Your Computer and Information technology law firm in Paris: We provide an expert advice on all the matters related to IT law.
The completeness and complementarity of our skills, in particular, in the areas such as distribution law, consumer law and intellectual property, enables us to handle a full-spectrum of legal matters and thus provide you with an effective and efficient advice regarding the implementation of your software, Internet or e-commerce projects.
Philippe Touitou is a lawyer registered at the Paris Bar and co-founder of Legispass Avocats. Philippe is co-author of a book “La sécurité informatique: réponses techniques, organisationnelles et juridiques” (“IT security: solutions to technical, organisational and legal issues”), edited in 2007 by Hermès & Lavoisier.
The office of the law firm LegiPass Avocats is located in Paris, but we assist clients everywhere in France, with a specific focus to Nice and Lyon. Our clients operate in various industries such as IT, New Information & Communication Technologies (NICT) and, more generally, digital services and digital tech.
The law firm LegiPass Avocats is also present in Nice and Lyon where we have an established network of partner law firms which are our local correspondents.
Examples of our practical cases in the area of Computer and Information Technology law :
Software licensing and specific development contracts.
IT services contracts: facilities management, maintenance, hosting, subcontracting, study and IT consultancy contracts.
Counterfeit : software, databases.
Internet : liability of technical intermediaries, content providers, end users, domain name disputes, domain name transfers, booking of domain names.
IT security: civil and criminal liability of the company, management, board members, employees, IT departments and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), cyber-supervision of employees, computer charters, electronic archiving, IT crimes.