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Deutschland 2018: Informationstechnologie und Outsourcing

Datenschutz
Datenschutz - ranked: tier 1

SSW Schneider Schiffer Weihermüller

SSW Schneider Schiffer Weihermüller gilt im Datenschutzsegment als etablierte Beratungsgröße: Das Team um die renommierte Isabell Conrad agiert auf dem gesamten Spektrum relevanter Sachverhalte und konnte 2017 ein erhöhtes Aufkommen internationaler Mandate verzeichnen, wobei man besonders oft zu weltweiten Datenübermittlungskonzepten, Datenschutz-Folgeabschätzungen, der DSVGO-Implementierung sowie zu Übermittlungs- und Löschkonzepten für Industrie 4.0-Plattformen beriet. So betreute man beispielweise einen US-amerikanischen Big Data-Anbieter zu den Themen Anonymisierungskonzepte und Auftragsdatenverarbeitung, beriet einen deutschen Medizingerätehersteller unter anderem zum Datenschutz bei Werbeeinwilligungen und führte ein internes Datenschutzaudit für einen international tätigen Softwareanbieter durch. Zudem erstellte das Team ein Gutachten für einen Schweizer Big Data-Anbieter zum Thema datenschutzrechtliche Zulässigkeit und rechtmäßige Einsetzbarkeit von Big Data-Lösungen für Fluggesellschaften und beriet außerdem einen US-amerikanischen Plattformanbieter zum Telekommunikationsdatenschutz bei einer internationalen Messengerplattform. Weitere Expertise besteht in den Bereichen Datenschutz-Compliance, Sozialdatenschutz und IT-Sicherheit.

Führende Namen

Isabell Conrad - SSW Schneider Schiffer Weihermüller

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Informationstechnologie (einschließlich Verträge)
Informationstechnologie (einschließlich Verträge) - ranked: tier 1

SSW Schneider Schiffer Weihermüller

SSW Schneider Schiffer Weihermüllers hoch angesehene, 17 IT-Spezialisten umfassende Praxis ist vorrangig in München ansässig, von wo aus nationale als auch internationale Mandanten auf der gesamten Bandbreite regulatorischer, transaktions- und lizenzrechtlicher IT-Sachverhalte beraten werden. Das IT-Team um Isabell Conrad und Jochen Schneider konnte zuletzt insbesondere ihre internationale Reichweite deutlich vergrößern, was sich in einem erhöhten Mandatsaufkommen von US-amerikanischer und japanischer Seite widerspiegelte als auch in stärkerem Inbound-Geschäft aus diversen europäischen Ländern. So erstreckte sich jüngst die Mandatsvielfalt wieder von klassischen IT-Themen wie Softwareverträgen, IT-Sicherheit und Open Source bis hin zu Industrie 4.0-bezogenen Themen wie IoT und Cloud Computing: Man beriet unter anderem Anywhere.24 zu diversen IT-Projekten und Cloud-Modellen, begleitete einen international tätigen IT-Dienstleister der Finanzindustrie bei Softwareprojekten sowie einem internationalen Joint Venture und vertrat zudem einen Softwareanbieter bei Vertragsverhandlungen mit öffentlichen und nicht-öffentlichen Auftraggebern. Neben dem IT-Vergaberecht verfügt die Praxisgruppe außerdem über erhebliche Expertise in vertriebsrechtlichen Belangen sowie bei IT-Projekten in Schieflage.

Führende Namen

Jochen Schneider - SSW Schneider Schiffer Weihermüller

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