Guillaume Seligmann is a partner in the firm’s Paris office and leads its French technology, privacy, and data protection practice. His practice focuses on all aspects of technology, advising clients on a broad range of technology transactions, disputes, and regulatory matters, both within France and internationally. He counsels clients on software licensing and disputes, outsourcing, cloud computing, data privacy, cybersecurity, big data, digital media, and other e-commerce and internet-related issues. He also has substantial experience advising on matters related to telecom networks, VoIP, and satellite telecommunications as well as technology pertaining to the defense, aerospace, and robotics industries.
Guillaume’s practice has been recognized by Legal 500 France in the IT, Telecoms, and Internet category and by Chambers Europe in the Information Technology category. He also lectures at HEC / Ecole 42 for its Masters in Management program.
Prior to joining the firm, Guillaume was a partner at Cotty Vivant Marchisio & Lauzeral in Paris. He received his Master’s Degree in Business Law from the University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne and his LL.B. with honors from King’s College London at the University of London. Guillaume is fluent in French and English.
Anglo-French Joint Legal Studies Program, University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne (LL.M. Business Law); King’s College London, University of London (LL.B. with honours).
Activities and Affiliations
Associated Partner, Association Française des Editeurs de Logiciels
Member, French Chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance
Member, Association des Juristes de Paris I – King’s College London