is a partner and Head of Practice Group “Logistics”. He advises primarily on all matters pertaining to IT and technology (in particular, software projects, R&D projects, protection of know-how, and data protection), as well as on the protection of intellectual property and distribution law (especially competition and trade mark law). He is particularly experienced in handling complex (logistics/IT) outsourcing and innovation projects. Maximilian Dorndorf is an experienced and respected adviser in international contract negotiations, in particular in the context of outsourcing of IT and logistics projects. However, he also provides comprehensive litigation advice (eg, in defending advertising campaigns, or in proceeding against competitors’ campaigns or against trade mark and patent infringements). He uses this expertise to advise his clients comprehensively on all matters pertaining to digitalisation and Industry 4.0.
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