Corinne Thiérache

Corinne Thiérache provides her clients with both advisory and litigation support in technology and digital law, intellectual property and pharmaceutical law.

Her clients include private individuals, inventors and designers, as well as companies of all sizes operating in different business sectors (fashion, pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices, childcare, media, logistics and e-commerce, financial services).

Corinne joined Alerion in 2017 to head the IT / Innovation Law and Intellectual Property practices. She has particularly strengthened the firm's expertise in cybersecurity, data protection and life sciences. She was previously a partner with the firms Bernard Hertz Béjot and Carbonnier Lamaze Rasle.

Corinne holds a DEA (post-graduate degree) in Business and Commercial Law from the University of Paris I Panthéon - Sorbonne (1993) and a Diploma of Legal Studies in German Law from the University of Paris X Nanterre (1992). She regularly speaks at conferences, directs research projects, contributes to numerous reports and publishes articles. She also organizes training sessions, particularly in cybersecurity and data protection. She regularly lectures in the cybercrime undergraduate programs at the University of Montpellier I. She has been appointed as an expert to the Council of Europe and the European Commission in connection with assignments to fight against cybercrime.

Corinne was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1994.

Corinne has several professional memberships:

CYBERLEX, Association for Law and New Technology (former President and vice-President from 2005 to 2015),

CYAN (Cybersecurity Advisors Network),

AFCDP (Association des Correspondants à la protection des données à caractère personnel),

Comité d’éthique de la videoprotection de Paris,

GESTE (Groupement des Editeurs de contenus et de services en ligne), “Regulatory Considerations” Commission and in charge of the “DPO” working group,

SecureSphère by EPITA,

APRAM (Association des Praticiens du Droit des Marques et des Modèles),

INTA (International Trademark Association),

Co-heads the Intellectual Property Commission of the European American Chamber of Commerce.