Jörg Staudenmayer advises and represents clients on a broad variety of commercial, IP/IT and real estate matters. He frequently represents his clients before national and international courts and arbitration bodies.

    Jörg advises clients on complex cross-border IT outsourcing transactions, cloud computing and ASP projects including data privacy and IT security aspects. He has also served as an external data privacy officer to corporate clients.

    One of Jörg's main areas of practice is the handling of complex national and transborder supplier warranty cases throughout several industries including automotive, machinery and consumer goods. Among his clients are international manufacturers and insurance companies, as well as SMBs, family offices and private clients.

    Jörg also has in-depth and long-term experience as in-house counsel to companies like Deutsche Bank and First Data Corporation.

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    Education

    • OLG Stuttgart, J.D.
    • Eberhard Karls University, Tubingen
    • University of Lausanne

    Admissions

    • Germany

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Stuttgart Bar Association
    • Consumer Law Committee of ZVEI (2008) 

    Languages

    • English
    • German
    • Associate Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Nurtingen/Geislingen for Corporate Data Privacy Law
    • Appointed registered expert for information technology law (Fachanwalt fur IT-Recht) by the Stuttgart bar, 2012

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    • Presenter, “Das papierlose Büro – rechtliche Anforderungen an Dokumentenmanagmentsysteme – The Virtual Office, Legal Requirements for Document Management Systems,” Schwetzinger IT-Rechstage, Schwetzingen, Germany, September 18, 2015.
    • Presenter, "Current Challenges with Data Protection and Protection of Privacy," Association of Foreign Banks in Germany Seminar, Frankfurt, Germany, October 6, 2014.
    • Presenter, "Notification and Disclosure Obligations Regarding Data Leaks," IT-Rechtstage Seminar, Schwetzingen, Germany, September 2013.
    • Co-author, "Product Liability in Germany," chapter in Getting the Deal Through: Product Liability, 2012.
    • Presenter, "The Role of Facebook Apps in Marketing in Corporate Communications," IT-Rechtstage Seminar, Schwetzingen, Germany, September 29, 2012.
    • Co-author, with Marla Weston, "Appeal Court Imposes Additional Security Measures on Manufacturers," International Law Office, Product Liability – Germany, June 21, 2012.
    • Co-author, with Zohar Efroni, "The US PARTS Bill Threatens Protection By Design Patent for Automotive Parts, with Product Liability Implications in EU," OEMs & Markets by AutomotiveWorld.com, June 2012.
    • Co-author, with Marla Weston, "Appeal Court Limits Importers’ Product Liability Exposure," International Law Office, Product Liability – Germany, March 15, 2012.
    • Author, Country Chapter, Germany: Obtaining Evidence Abroad, ABA Section of International Law.
    • Course leader, "Data Privacy Law in Utility Companies," Management Circle Seminar, 2011.
    • Course leader, "Data Privacy Law in Banks," Management Circle Seminar, 2011.
    • Course leader, "Data Privacy Law in Outsourcing Projects," Management Circle Seminar, 2011.
    • Presenter, "Legal Requirements, Compliance and Liability," Euroforum Conference on IT Risk Management, 2011.
    • Presenter, "Legal Aspects of Violation of IP Rights Through Illegal File Hosting and Corporate Data Privacy Law," SiS – Seminare im Schloss, 2011.
    • Author, Country Chapter, Germany in Ulmer: Media, Advertising, & Entertainment Law Throughout the World, 2008.
    • Author, Country Chapter, Germany in Erik van Emden’s How to Hire and Fire in 76 Jurisdictions.

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