Christoph regularly leads domestic and cross-border data protection compliance and IT projects.
He advises on technology-driven projects and provides practical solutions in the national and international arena. This includes representing companies in proceedings before regulators and courts as well as internal investigations, in particular in crisis scenarios.
Christoph regularly publishes and speaks on the legal issues around digitalisation and is co-author of the upcoming standard commentary on data protection regulation in Germany.
He has worked on secondment in our London office and in the privacy department of a global industrial manufacturer with a focus on the internet of things.
Prior to working as a lawyer, Christoph was co-founder of an online law magazine, giving him valuable insights into online platforms.
Advising a leading automotive company on its global data strategy, various data-driven use cases and the implementation of self-driving car technology in various jurisdictions.
Advising Allianz on the worldwide digitalisation of its HR world and on various global data centralisation and outsourcing projects.
Advising a major aviation company on new data-driven business models, particularly the relevant commercial and privacy aspects.
Advising Siemens on the privacy, commercial and regulatory aspects of its internet of things platform MindSphere.
Representing United Internet in all major telecoms proceedings regarding wholesale internet access and related civil and public law litigation in the past five years.
Auditing various target companies in the context of transactions with regard to IT regulatory, data protection, cyber security, IT governance and related compliance management, including strategic advice on the use of acquired data.