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Dr. Richard Jansen, LL.M.



Richard Jansen advises on all data protection issues, in particular in transactions, in the technology sector with a focus on automotive and IoT
as well as on data protection in companies and groups. In addition, Richard Jansen has wide experience in drafting and negotiating complex contracts in (inter)national cooperation in the technology sector.

Richard Jansen studied law in Düsseldorf and Berlin. After his doctorate in international criminal law, he completed a master's degree at King's College London. Richard Jansen has worked as a lawyer in international commercial law firms since 2014, most recently as a Principal Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LL.P.

Recent publications

  • Challenges in data processing as part of the NEVADA Share & Secure strategy of the automotive industry (together with Fabian Kreis), in: RAW 2020, 19-25;

  • Data protection challenges in intelligent traffic systems (together with Max Grewe), in: RAW 2019, 2-6

References (excerpt)

  • Advising a leading automotive group on international research and development cooperation in the technology area, on the commercialization of vehicle data and complex license agreements

  • Transactional data protection advice for international clients in the fields of healthcare, fintech and insurance

  • Advice on data protection law for a start-up for the development of camera-based security systems in vehicles

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