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Florian Tannen is a partner in the Munich office of Baker McKenzie. He advises on all areas of contentious and non-contentious information technology law, including internet, computer/software and data privacy law. He also has profound experience in the drafting and negotiation of outsourcing and IP-project (in particular SAP-implementations) contracts. Before joining the Firm, Florian worked for two major law firms and a large US-based technology company.

We will provide you with regular updates on all relevant legal developments regarding the Coronavirus disease in Germany. Please find on the link below our sixth edition of our guideline. Our team is ready to navigate you through these challenging times. Please don’t hesitate to get in contact with our…

In December 2019, the Directive on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (“Whistleblowing Directive”) entered into force. Member States are required to transpose the Whistleblowing Directive into national laws (“National Implementation Acts”) and to apply such National Implementation Acts as of 17 December 2021. The National…

EDPB – Guidelines on the Territorial Scope of the GDPR (Art. 3) and on Representatives (Art. 27) – Now adopted after public consultation The European Data Protection Board (“EDPB”) has published the adopted version of its guidelines on the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). The guidelines…

In October 2019, the German Data Protection Authorities (“DPAs”) published guidelines on how they are going to determine the amount of a fine in case of a violation of the GDPR. The guidelines explain the concept applied by the German DPAs when determining an appropriate fine. According to the press…

On October 1, 2019 the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) decided that a pre-ticked checkbox does not constitute valid consent for cookies – irrespective of whether the information stored in the cookie contains personal data or not. The CJEU further ruled that the information on cookies must…