Dr. Christoph Krück
With regard to data privacy, he advises on the general requirements of the GDPR and is particularly focused on issues relating to the internet as well as big data and platform structures.
In addition, he closely monitors the developments concerning regulation of artificial intelligence ("AI"), blockchain and algorithms.
Dr. Christoph Krück studied in Leipzig and completed his legal clerkship in Berlin with stages at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and in a law firm in Massachusetts, USA. He wrote his doctoral thesis on aspects of German competition law in comparison to Spanish law.
- 2010 First State Examination University of Leipzig
- 2011 - 2012 Research associate with a law firm in Berlin, department: IP/IT
- 2012 - 2015 Legal clerkship at the Berlin Court of Appeal with stages at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and with a law firm in Massachusetts, USA
- 2015 Second State Examination at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin
- 2016 - 2019 Lawyer with a patent and law firm in Munich, department: IP/IT
- 2019 Doctorate, Ph.D. thesis
- Since 2019 with SKW Schwarz
Dr. Christoph Krück is a member of the Deutsch-Spanische Juristenvereinigung, the DAJV – Deutsch-Amerikanische Juristen-Vereinigung, the Blockchain Bundesverband and the ITechLaw – International Technology Law Association.