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Lexing®, the first international network of lawyers dedicated to technology law, has been created on an initiative of Alain Bensoussan, the founder and managing partner of Alain Bensoussan-Avocats, a law firm headquartered in Paris (France) specialized in IT and new technologies.
Lexing® allows multinationals to benefit from the assistance of seasoned lawyers worldwide with established competence in the field of new technologies in their respective countries. Techniques and businesses are the same in all countries; the only differentiating factor is the law applicable to them.
Based on this observation, Alain Bensoussan has decided to set up a global network built on the same concept he successfully applied to his Parisian law firm to bring together lawyers who each combine unique expertise in technology and industry with a thorough knowledge of law. Leveraging the network, Lexing members are adept at providing clients with a global, tailor-made solution consistent with the legal rules of all countries. Besides their local language, most network members also speak English and French.
With lexing, Alain Bensoussan-Avocats and the network members service the needs of international clients or those with international needs. The lexing network offers international clients of each member the same high-quality services as they are used to have locally. The lexing network currently boasts 22 member law firms Legal news on the members’ respective countries is published on this blog and on the lexing pages of Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google+.Practice Areas:
Expertise & Innovation
Founded in 1978, the Alain Bensoussan-Avocats law firm has acquired over 35 years unique expertise in technology law. It comprises a team of tech-savvy lawyers and counsels who take a hands-on approach of law, leveraging their solid skills in technology and industry and thorough knowledge of related law, thanks to a continuous watch of changes in technology and law.The firm offers a complete range of counseling, arbitration and litigation services covering the full spectrum of the technology area: Electronic banking and trading; Intellectual property; Industrial property; Merger & Acquisition; Tax law for digital companies; IT law; Internet law; Privacy and data protection; Electronic procurement; Computer crime; Digital press, media and communications; Electronic marketing; Electronic health; Telecommunications; Digital employment law; Information systems security; Risk & Compliance; Dematerialization; Electronic archives and records; Robot law; Nanotechnology law…
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