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This blog is brought to you by (some of) JBB’s IT practice group. JBB is a German, Berlin based law firm with a strong focus on Technology, IP, Media and Unfair Competition Law.

This blog is brought to you by (some of) JBB’s IT practice group. JBB is a German, Berlin based law firm with a strong focus on Technology, IP, Media and Unfair Competition Law.

_MG_6512 Julian Hoeppner (hoeppner@jbb.de) is a partner at JBB. His practice is focused on technology, data privacy and security. He assists companies in developing and negotiating IT contracts of all sorts and advises them in structuring their business models with a view to data privacy and data security compliance.

_MG_0658 Miriam Ballhausen (ballhausen@jbb.de) is an associate at JBB. She advises German and international IT companies, as well as individuals in the field of software, licensing and copyright law, with a particular focus on all things Free and Open Source Software. Her expertise also encompasses data protection law and the public procurement of IT services.

_MG_4354 JBB associate Dominik Kirschner (kirschner@jbb.de) specializes in German, European and International Trademark and Design Law and advises his clients both in and out of court and before the German PTO, the OHIM nd whereever else is may be entitled to postulate.

_MG_4821 Lina Boecker (boecker@jbb.de) is an associate at JBB advises clients on all matters relating to IT Law and  enjoys working for Berlin start-up companies from the ground up including their corporate and financing matters. Lina also lectures Intellectual Property Law, Competition Law and Civil Law at Technische Universität Berlin .

_MG_5906 JBB associate Carlo Piltz (piltz@jbb.de) advises his clients in and out of court in the field of Internet and Technology Law. His particular focus is on national and international Data Protection law. Carlo Piltz is TUEV-certified (German Association for Technical Inspection) data protection officer.

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