Benjamin is an expert in project implementation at the intersection of public procurement law and information technology law.
Benjamin is a lawyer in our Düsseldorf office and is a member of the Public Commercial and Procurement Law team.
He joined us in 2014 and focuses his practice on public procurement law with a particular emphasis on information technology and data protection law. Benjamin advises on complex IT infrastructure projects throughout the entire project lifecycle, including contract drafting and project implementation. In addition, Benjamin advises clients comprehensively on all data protection matters in relation to social security data, as well as IT security and IT compliance issues.
Benjamin regularly gives specialist lectures on IT law topics, including legal issues of cloud computing and IT security.
He completed his studies in Konstanz and Münster. He received additional training in information, telecommunications and media law at the University of Münster and has also successfully obtained the theoretical qualification as a specialist lawyer for information technology law. He undertook his legal clerkship in Essen and at a law firm in the United States, among other places. After completing his legal clerkship, Benjamin completed his doctorate on issues related to the European regulation of collecting societies in the online sector. While working on his doctorate, Benjamin worked in the IT team of an international commercial law firm.