Lucie Fournier works on European data protection and cybersecurity law, with a focus on implementing EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Regulation compliance. She advises multinational clients in various industry sectors such as information and communications technology, cloud computing, IT, life sciences, automotive, financial services, and agribusiness.
Lucie's practice includes handling personal data breaches, responding to data subject access requests, and advising clients on international transfers of personal data (e.g., drafting binding corporate rules), data protection impact assessments, employee monitoring tools, and whistleblowing schemes.
Lucie also advises clients on data protection issues in investigations and cross-border M&A transactions and assists clients on data processing agreements.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Lucie completed legal traineeships in the intellectual property and IT department of a U.S. law firm in Paris and at the French Ministry of Defense in Paris. She also has in-house experience as a legal adviser at a UK multinational company that focuses on defense, aerospace, and cybersecurity.
- Toulouse Bar School (CAPA 2019); Dundee University (LL.M in International Commercial Law with first class honors 2014); Pau University (Master 2 in Public Contracts Law 2013; Master 1 in Fundamental Freedoms Law 2012; LL.B. 2011); Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Erasmus exchange program, 2011)
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