Charlotte Le Roux
is a senior associate who focuses her practice on commercial contracts and regulatory matters relating to data privacy and cybersecurity, information technologies, mobility/transportation and telecommunications. She works on innovative subjects such as artificial intelligence, connected objects, autonomous vehicles and digital transition. Charlotte provides regulatory advice to both French and international clients, and assists them in setting up contractual schemes in various industry sectors, such as IT, automotive/transportation, energy and financial institutions. Charlotte teaches telecommunications and space law at the Paris V University and data protection law at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University.
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