Home / Europe / France / TMC - Technology, Media & Communications / Digitisation and electronic signatures / Digitisation and electronic signatures lawyers

Digitisation and electronic signatures lawyers

As the digital transformation takes place, its regulatory framework is changing and becoming more complex. Digitisation – a cause and effect of the digital revolution – is a hot topic in legal news, significantly impacting the organisation of companies. The Macron law (digitisation of invoices), the El Khomri law (electronic payslips), eIDAS European regulations (electronic signature and trust services for electronic transactions) and reform of the French Civil Code (faithful digital copy): these pieces of legislation are creating a new legal framework which is restrictive, but also creates new opportunities. What are your rights and obligations in this respect? How can you take advantage of this new context? We are able to advise and support you with all of these questions.

Our in-depth understanding of the technological environment is combined with our expertise in contract law and corporate law, ensuring the effectiveness of our response to these issues, which require pragmatism, experience and dexterity.

Whatever your business, our specialists work with you to audit, secure and optimise your digitisation protocols. They assist you particularly in the framework of the establishment of your electronic signature systems, the negotiation and conclusion of your archiving contracts and the creation and management of your databases.

Given the rapid changes in the applicable legal framework, our experts recommend and encourage a preventive approach designed to prevent any risk of disputes while implementing the most appropriate optimisation solutions to address your challenges.

 
Mûre Maestrati
Mûre Maestrati
Associate
France, Neuilly-sur-Seine
Mûre Maestrati joined CMS Francis Lefebvre in 2021 as a lawyer in the IP/IT Section. She is involved in new technologies Law, Internet Law, Intellectual Property Law and in particular in Data Protection...
Viet-Julie
Julie Viet
Associate
France, Neuilly-sur-Seine
Julie joined CMS Francis Lefebvre in 2021. She is involved in commercial law and digital law