media and technology lawyer
Gavina Gallier was initially admitted to the Paris Bar and practice in a French firm before being located in New York, where she was admitted to practice at the New York Bar and specialized in Entertainment Law, when she joined the Legal and Business Affairs department of BMG Entertainment and BMG Video respectively, the musical division and the video division of Bertelsmann AG.
Upon her return to France, she has extended her area of expertise to include New Technologies.
Bi-lingual English and French, Gavina is a specialist in international negotiations and her services are frequently sought after in development projects, between French and English or French and American companies.
media and technology lawyer
After several years practicing in Nancy in the field of commercial litigation and technology, Alexis Baumann moved to Paris to join the New Technolgy team of the law firm Salans, and then the Multimedia & International Department of the law firm Bensoussan where he handled matters involving negotiating and drafting IT and Internet Agreements, as well as management of judicial and administrative litigations and arbitration matters.
In Nancy, Alexis lead as an associate « Maître de conférences » the session on Economical Law of the LLM in Commercial and Tax Law ("DESS-DJCE Droit des affaires et fiscalité"). He also taught IT and commercial law at the Law Universities of Nancy, Strasbourg and Trèves.
Alexis participated in the International Trade Center (OMC/CNUCED) and in the creation of the data base of international commercial law, Juris International (www.jurisint.org). He also created and subsequently administrated the Internet web site of the university, Juripole (juripole.u-nancy.fr).
IT systems expert
Joël Gasparato acted for the first seven (7) years of his career as head of the information systems exploitation at CROUZET AB in Stockholm, and as developer and then as head of software projects at THALES Communications.
In 1995, he joined the Business Security Unit for IT Systems of THALES and took on the management of product lines and business in connection with Internet security.
The group THALES entrusted Joël in 1997 with the task of creating and developing its subsidiary, TRITHEME, an third party escrow and certification service agent. In connection thereof, he collaborated in the preliminary works of the Central Information Systems Security Division as well as the Finance Ministry on the definition of a legal frame respecting the liberalization of cryptology and the recognition of the electronic signature.
As of 2000, he took on the head of the Systems Security of NET2S, and than of TELINDUS where he managed teams of over 40 consultants working with large industrial accounts, operators and administrations.
In 2004, he launched his own firm specializing in IT systems security.