Caroline has extensive experience in the issues related to the digital and innovation sectors.
She works on issues linked with the protection of personal data and cybersecurity (audit and compliance with the GDPR, data breaches, staff training, etc.) and new technologies (drafting and negotiation of IT contracts, Internet and digital subjects, e-commerce, etc.), as well as in economic law (drafting and negotiation of business contracts, commercial relations, consumer law, advertising, etc.).
Caroline has a very good knowledge of the European regulations on these different subjects and often supports her clients with multi-jurisdictional studies and international projects.
Caroline supports both startups and major accounts in various sectors including tech, e-commerce, media, luxury goods, transport, aviation, automotive, etc.
Caroline taught data protection law as part of the M2 Applied Intellectual Property course at Sceaux, and is responsible for teaching e-commerce law to students of the M2 International Business Law at the Institut Catholique de Lille (in partnership with IESEG).
Before joining Squair, Caroline worked in the IPT department of DLA Piper, and more recently in the Personal Data team of Delsol Avocats. She holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from UC Berkeley.