Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)

Faustine Cachera

Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Faustine Cachera is a Senior Associate in the IP, Communication & Technology practice of Arendt & Medernach. She advises clients on issues relating to technology (with a particular focus on IT contracts and outsourcing arrangements), media, telecommunications, data protection and privacy, digital transformation projects, e-commerce, commercial contracts, intellectual property and consumer law. Faustine was admitted to the Paris Bar and to the Luxembourg Bar in 2016. She is a member of several associations, including the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI), the French association of Trademark and Design Law (APRAM) and the Luxembourg Data Protection Association (APDL). Prior to returning to Arendt & Medernach where she started her career, Faustine worked in the IP & Technology law practice of another top-tier law firm in Luxembourg. She also gained in-house experience on secondment to a Luxembourg telecom operator, where she handled TMT, regulatory and data protection matters. In 2019, Faustine won the national pleading contest organised by the Young Bar Association of Luxembourg. She holds a Master’s in Business and IP/IT Law and a double degree in English and German from the Paris-Sud University (France, 2013). She also holds a Master 2 in Multimedia and Computer Law from the Panthéon-Assas University (France, 2014).

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Articles

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Astrid Wagner, Éloïse Patocki-Tomas, Faustine Cachera, Sophie Wagner-Chartier The EU Commission publishes its set of rules to reform the online space called the Digital Services Act and the Digital Market Act in order to harmonize rules for regulating digital platforms

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On 15 December 2020, the European Commission published a long-awaited set of rules intended to reform the online space, in two parts: (i) the proposal for a regulation on a Single Market for Digital Services and amending Directive 2000/31/EC, called the “Digital Services Act” or “DSA”, setting out (...)

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