ITechLaw 2011 European Conference
Oslo, Norway • Grand Hotel Oslo • 20-21 October 2011
Bradley L. Joslove
Partner, Franklin; Paris, France
Bradley L. Joslove (Juris Doctor 1986, Harvard Law School); member of the Bars of Paris, Washington, D.C., and Massachusetts, is the partner in charge of the ITTI (Information Technology, Telecommunications and Internet) and Outsourcing Departments of the Franklin law firm, as well as the Firm's India Desk. Mr. Joslove advises a clientele composed principally of major American, European, Indian and Japanese computer hardware and software, telecommunications, Internet, cable and biotech companies doing business in France, as well as large French corporations in their transactions with such new technology companies.
Mr. Joslove is active in all aspects of licensing, transactional, contractual, distribution and intellectual property matters on behalf of such companies. He has been particularly busy the past few years assisting clients in the drafting and negotiation of international outsourcing transactions and large-scale IT systems integration and infrastructure deals. Mr. Joslove also intervenes regularly with respect to data privacy; e-commerce, IT security and encryption issues. Mr. Joslove has broken new ground in France with the creation of an India Desk. Mr. Joslove can call upon his deep experience in international deals, including numerous IT and Telecom outsourcing and subcontracting projects, his mastery of the English and French languages and training in both the civil and common law legal systems.
Mr. Joslove, who is a frequent lecturer and author on IT, Telecoms and Internet law, is consistently recognized as one of the leaders in France in these fields by various publications, such as "The European Legal 500" published by Legalease and John Pritchard, "Global Counsel 3000" published by the Practical Law Company and "The World's Leading Lawyers" published by Chambers & Partners. He is a member of various new technology trade associations, notably including the International Technology Law Association, the IBA and the Cyberspace Law Committee of the ABA.