Albane de Rouville
is an associate in the regulatory and life sciences department of the Paris office. She advises healthcare companies on regulatory, connected health and health data protection issues (including GDPR and ePrivacy regulations). In addition, Albane assists them in the negotiation and drafting of contracts. She has already been on secondment for a pharmaceutical firm. She holds a Master II degree in private and public health law (Aix-Marseille III) and another in business law (Paris Nanterre). Albane is the author of a study related to medicines manufactured with blood, published by Les Etudes Hospitalières. She has been a member of the Paris Bar since June 2015.
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