Privacy. Easy and safe implementation.
Under this theme, our team with legal data will have a modern and up-to-date platform at its disposal from 01.04.2020, with which we will accompany our long-standing clients into the next decade:
Highly secure systems, DMS software tailored to our needs,
a 24/7 data protection hotline for data breaches and emergencies as well as a dedicated training platform ensure modern and professional support.
For more than twenty years, however, the focus has been on your client: In data protection law and as a data protection officer, our first task is to ensure compliance with all data protection regulations and to impose fines from your company.
But we also create pragmatic and simple solutions. Because corporate data protection is not meant to prevent you from advancing your business, but to be a flagship for your employees and customers in a modern company.
Security. That is what we stand for.
As a law firm approved in Germany, our lawyers and data protection officers are personally liable. With our insurance concept designed for the new risk of fines of the GDPR, which covers damages of up to 40 million EURO, we create security for you and us. In a digital world.
For this I stand with my word.
Dr. Georg F. Schröder, LL.M.
Since the beginning of his professional career over twenty years ago, Mr. Schroeder has been involved in the areas of IT law and data protection law. He works as an external data protection officer for various companies and corporations as well as editor and author of the works published by Beck Verlag: “Data Protection Law – a Practical Guide” and “Software Contracts. Licensing, creation and purchase“. Mr. Schroeder continued to teach teaching german-speaking courses (DSG) at Lomonossov University in Moscow and at the Baden-Württemberg Dual University of Applied Sciences on the topics of data protection law and software law.
- 1997 – 1999, dissertation, University of Regensburg, supervisor Prof. Dr. Rainer Arnold (summa cum laude)
“The right to freedom of expression on the Internet – a comparison of the legal situation in the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States of America”
- 2001 – 2002, Master’s thesis, LMU Munich, supervisor Prof. Dr. Michael Lehmann
“The implementation of the e-commerce guideline from a data protection law point of view”
Data Protection Law – a Practical Guide
Basics, Data Protection Officer, Audit, Handbook, Liability, etc.
3rd edition, German Paperback Publishers, Munich
Software Contracts. Licensing, creation and purchase.
4., revised and updated edition