Luzi Avocats | Information Technology. Intellectual Property. Data Privacy.





Olivia Luzi is a French qualified lawyer specialised in Intellectual Property and Information Technology. Her career as a specialist intellectual property and information technology lawyer began in Paris in 2001, in a major international law firm. From there, she was subsequently posted to Shanghai, in the People's Republic of China, for 4 years.

After this enriching international experience, she spent several years as a Partner in a French law firm specializing in IT, media and new technologies law, which was recognised as “a key player” in the areas of Information Technology, Internet and Telecoms.

Olivia Luzi is ranked in the most popular law firm professional guides such as Legal 500 Paris, Chambers & Partners, Best Lawyers, Décideurs Magazine in IT, Technologies and data privacy sectors.

She teaches at Master 2 Professionnel "Propriété Industrielle"  et Droit du Multimédia et de l'informatique à l'Université Paris 2 Panthéon Assas in association with the IRPI (Institut de Recherche en Propriété Intellectuelle).


Olivia Luzi demonstrates strong dedication, delivers highly valuable advices and proves to be a tenacious and innovative negotiator
— Legal 500 (Information technology, internet & telecom) 2015-2016 Edition


Mehdi Massali is an Associate, admitted to the Paris Bar. His practice is dedicated to Intellectual Property, Internet & Medias, New Technologies and data privacy.

From 2014, he has enhanced his professional experience with several internships in law firms specialized in Intellectual Property and New Technologies and with the SACEM.

Mehdi Massali has obtained a Master Degree in Intellectual Property under the direction of Professor Pierre-Yves Gautier (University Paris 2 – Panthéon-Assas)


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Barbara Ghebali is an Associate, admitted to the Paris Bar. She assists French and international clients on matters in the field of intellectual property, data protection, information technology, e-commerce and media laws.

Prior to joining Luzi Avocats in 2018, Barbara has enhanced her professionnal experience in IP/IT with several internships in leading French law firms and compagnies such as the French Geographical Institute (IGN) and l’Oréal.

Barbara has obtained a Master Degree in Digital Law under the co-direction of Professors Caroline Le Goffic and Luc Grynbaum (University Paris 5 – Descartes)


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Alexandra Antalis is a legal trainee at the Firm. She follows a Master Degree in e-commerce under the direction of Professor Judith Rochfeld (University Paris 1 - Sorbonne). She has studied Technology law at the University of Montreal (Canada) and was formelly an intern in a startup specialized in digital learning.


Claire Lefebvre is a legal trainee at the Firm. She follows a Master Degree in e-commerce law under the direction of Professor Judith Rochfeld (University Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne). She has previously studied Common law in the University of Paris 10 Nanterre.


Over the last 18 years, we have developed a network of independent lawyers, the majority of whom have come from leading commercial law firms based in Paris and internationally, who practice in our areas of expertise (primarily IP/IT) as well as in complementary fields, including:









Our network of contacts also extends to other parts of the world, where we have links with specialist lawyers in several countries throughout Europe, Asia and the United States.

The legal professionals with whom we work share our values and our approach to handling the cases and assignments our clients entrust to us: competence, availability, responsiveness, ability to offer pragmatic and operational solutions to specific problems, on schedule and within budget.




We also often work with trademark agents and industrial property attorneys, as well as with translators and bailiffs who have experience in the fields of new technologies and the seizure of counterfeit goods.

Our network also includes accountancy firms and crisis communication consultancies.

Given the highly technical nature of some fields, we occasionally work with external IT experts or consultancies that can offer useful additional expertise, particularly from a technical perspective, when conducting large-scale software licensing audits or during complex IT litigation.