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TMT: Data Protection - Germany
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Tim Wybitul, a leading data privacy lawyer, advises German and global companies on com-plex data protection issues. He represents clients in data privacy litigation, internal investiga-tions, and other data-related disputes. Mr. Wybitul advises clients on complex, high-stakes data protection and privacy matters, including EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) related litigation (including civil, administrative, and administrative offence matters); data protection management processes and structures (reviewing and enhancing) ; negotiations with data protection authorities; advice regarding GDPR, EU Member State laws, in parallel with US federal and state laws, and other global jurisdictions.
Bar Qualification: Rechtsanwalt (Germany). Education: First German State Exam, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (1998), Second German State Exam, Regional Court, Frankfurt am Main (2002).
Mr. Wybitul is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and a specialist lawyer for employment law. The German Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag) appointed him as individual expert for hearings on data protection issues and has been cited by the German Federal Labor Court and the German Federal Court of Justice.
Leading legal publications including Handelsblatt and JUVE regularly rank him highly, describing him as an “outstanding" lawyer with “deep understanding” and as "Mister DSGVO".