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Mathilde Pepin

Mathilde Pepin

Mathilde Pépin is an associate in the Labor & Employment Department in Proskauer's Paris office. She previously worked as a judicial assistant at the labor chamber of the Rouen Court of Appeal, as an in-house counsel trainee at Sephora and Barclays and as a trainee lawyer at several law firms.

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French DPA Issues Robust Model Regulation for Biometric Access Controls in the Workplace

In late March, the French Data Protection Authority, Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (“CNIL”) released a model regulation (the “Model Regulation”) governing the use of biometric access controls in the workplace.  Unlike many items of personal information, biometric data (such as a person’s face or fingerprints) is unique and, if stolen or otherwise … Continue Reading

How Can Data Privacy Regulations Limit the Ability to Present Evidence in a Litigation?

The French Supreme Court sanctions a company for having produced complete employee pay slips in a litigation. It is not news that the rules of evidence and data privacy laws may be conflicting. A recent decision of the French Supreme Court[1] illustrates this tension and highlights the need for litigators to take into account data … Continue Reading
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