Caroline Chancé advises French and foreign companies on issues relating to data protection and privacy, e-commerce and internet law, as well as contracts and commercial law, consumer law and intellectual property.

She has experience handling multi-jurisdictional audits and compliance projects relating to European and French data protection and consumer protection regulations; counselling on a broad range of issues arising under data protection laws, including on data protection filing requirements; advising clients on internet law (launch of applications, websites, social networks, liability for illicit content, data protection in relation to internet websites) and media.

Her experience includes drafting and review of privacy notices, cookie policies, commercial agreements, terms of use, terms and conditions for promotional games, and IP licensing agreements.

Caroline's practice also covers different commercial law issues such as abrupt termination of established commercial relationship, unfair commercial practices, advertising, marketing and promotions in a wide cross-section of industries, including notably e-commerce, consumer products, fashion and retail, luxury goods, food and beverage.

Caroline has an LL.M. and a Certificate in Law and Technology from UC Berkeley School of Law, where she notably studied US Privacy and Intellectual Property law and took advance classes in Patent law and Copyright law. Her LL.M. thesis was on the ECJ decision on the so-called right to be forgotten (the "Costeja case").