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   Anouck Giraud is a French qualified lawyer. She graduated from the Paris bar school in 2003. She studied her 2 first years at university in a double program combining law and language studies (ISIT Droit), and she holds a L.LM from the University of Paris-II (Pantheon-Assas) in Industrial Property Law. She has been working for approx. 10 years both in Paris and London as an in-house lawyer in the legal department of various companies in the IP/IT sector, among which Disney, Ubi Soft Entertaiment, Symantec and IMS Health. She is currently working in London for Sybase in the mobile messaging services and software business.

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