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Aurélie Borgat


Aurélie Borgat advises French and foreign companies both in contentious and pre-contentious matters in the sector of IT, electronic communications and new technologies and on issues relating to IT contracts.


  • Assisting a leading global network of sports channels in the first proceedings ever launched in France on the ground of article L. 333-10 of the Sports Code and obtained the first French dynamic blocking injunctions for two major sport competitions internationally renowned;
  • Advising an international software publisher and integrator to successfully navigate a pre-contentious situation within the context of a multi-million strategic IT project (negotiation strategy, preparation of letters to increase negotiation leverage and drafting of contractual amendment and settlement agreement allowing safe continuation of the project);
  • Assisting an international software publisher throughout a dispute in front of French courts, including during technical judicial expertise;
  • Assisting a major actor of the food industry sector in the management of an audit conducted by a major software provider;
  • Advising a leading player in the financial sector in proceedings against a saas service provider after the failed implementation of an artificial intelligence project;
  • Assisting a marketplace in, notably, the management and analysis of its LCEN notifications;
  • Advising a leading real estate player in the drafting and negotiation of its IT contract.
  • French
  • English
  • HEC Paris – Specialized Master Law and International management (2020)
  • Sciences Po Paris – Master in Economic Law (2019)
  • Uppsala University (Sweden) – one year exchange (2016)

    Sciences Po Paris – Bachelor (2016)


Prior Experience

  • Completed numerous internships both in national and international law firms in Paris specializing in IP / IT (sectors: luxury goods, advertising, IT, health, distribution, media, Internet).

Professional Qualifications

Waiting to take the oath at the Paris Bar