is a partner who heads Wildgen’s data/IP/TMT and employment practice groups, as well as Wildgen 4 innovation, the firm’s legal hub for start-up businesses. Her approach in litigation as well as advisory is totally client-focused and she works upstream with her clients to implement the appropriate strategy to their needs. Throughout more than 20 years of practice, she has developed a sound experience in protecting her clients’ interests and has built up a strong independent network of experts in other jurisdictions. Emmanuelle is qualified as an avocat à la cour in Paris and Luxembourg.
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