Francoise Gilbert - IT Law Group

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Francoise Gilbert

IT Law Group

555 Bryant Street # 603

Palo Alto, CA 94301

650-804-1235

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • E-Discovery
  • Internet Law
  • International Law
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  • Intellectual Prop
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Ms. Gilbert is the Managing Director of the IT Law Group. She concentrates her practice on data privacy and security and data management.

Ms. Gilbert has been working on information privacy and security issues since the early 1990’s, and she has extensively published and lectured on these issues throughout the United States and abroad. She is the author of the upcoming book “The CPO Deskbook on Global Privacy and Data Protection” (ABA Publishing 2009).

In addition, she co-chairs the PLI Privacy Law Institute, the E-Privacy Committee of the American Bar Association, and the Silicon Valley KnowledgeNet of the International Association of Privacy Professional.
Ms. Gilbert is listed in the 2008 editions of The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA, and Who’s Who in E-Commerce in the area of information technology and data privacy and security.

Before founding the IT Law Group, Ms. Gilbert was the head of the Privacy Group at a large national lawfirm.

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Undergraduate: Paris University (France), Montpellier University (France)
Law School: University of Chicago
Admitted to Bar: 1983
Practice Areas: Business > Internet Law
Business > Business Law
Business > Intellectual Prop
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Business > E-Discovery
Business > International Law
Organizations: IAPP, ITech Law, ABA, California Bar
   
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In September 2008, the Security & Exchange Commission fined a broker-dealer $275,000 for failure to use adequate security measures to protect customer information. In its settlement with the SEC, the company has agreed to devise and implement a policy and a set of procedures for training its employees and independent contractors with respect to the protection of customer records.
Posted by Francoise Gilbert on 10.12.08 in Articles.