IT Law: German Information Technology Law
The world of information technology (IT) is continually and rapidly changing. Therefore, it’s no surprise that so many people find it challenging to keep up. Moreover, laws and legal terms in this world of IT can be intricate and difficult to follow; from copyright issues and domain name disputes to what constitutes a cyber-crime and how the area of e-commerce is regulated. Cyber-crime is an area of crime that is becoming more and more prevalent as can be seen by research concerning the year 2017 conducted by US IT security giants Norton (Symantic). According to the research, the cost of cybercrime to people in Germany that year was approximately €2.2 billion/$2.6 billion!
Our Law Firm
With this in mind, it is invaluable to find a legal firm that is able to keep pace with the developments and changes in a legal area that is developing at such a high speed. In choosing Schlun & Elseven you will find that our energetic, professional and highly-qualified legal staff is more than capable of helping you with your issues. Our legal team combines its knowledge of the more traditional areas of law such as company law, immigration law and employment law with more modern areas such as sports and e-Sports law. In the area of IT we harness our expertise in criminal law, media law and trademark law to ensure that you receive comprehensive legal aid.
Our lawyers acknowledge the importance of clear and concise communication. This is why we put great focus on speaking your language whenever possible. For this reason, our team are able to converse in English, French, Spanish, Russian, Turkish, Portuguese and German. If you are involved in a dispute or crime related to information technology do not hesitate to contact us at Schlun & Elseven.