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The focus of my advice lies in the field of digital business models with regard to their development as well as in defending them against attacks under unfair competition law.

Currently, my main focus is on legal tech business models. In this context, I am also involved in litigation. My personal highlights are proceedings that are brought before the highest courts, such as the Federal Court of Justice or the European Court of Human Rights, as these cases have an impact far beyond the individual case.

I have pursued my interest in media and digital matters even before I started working as a lawyer at Fieldfisher: I worked as a researcher both for the Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research in Hamburg and the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in Berlin in the field of Internet and Media Regulation. In particular, my work focussed on the question of how technological change - for example in the field of social media - can be governed by modern regulatory instruments.
I studied at the University of Hamburg, where I later also taught students as part of their exam preparation. I completed legal education at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court in Hamburg.
I advise my clients in German and English.

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