European Union law and Public International law

High-Technology sectors are strongly influenced by regulatory and law-making activities of international organizations and the European Union in particular. Liberalization of international trade within the World Trade Organization or frequency allocations for new telecommunications services by the International Telecommunication Union offer new market chances.

The European Space Policy supports the market development in the navigation and geo-information sectors. Companies that participate in large projects in these areas also need an understanding of financial regulations or procedures of the competent bodies. It fully fits with our integral approach to advise and assist our clients in all issues which may arise regarding European law or regulatory developments in relevant international organizations.

We have a consistent track record of advising international companies regarding the impact of the transposition of EC standards and regulations on their products and distribution. We work for and with European institutions and actively participate in the law-making process at the European Union level. Therefore, we have gained substantial experience with the workings of relevant institutions and can rely on a well developed professional network.

Articles on this topic:
Am 21.November 2019 hat die Europäische Kommission einen Bericht zur Haftung für Künstliche Intelligenz und andere digitale Technologien veröffentlicht, der durch eine Expertengruppe erstellt wurde. ...
Stiftung & Sponsoring, das Magazin für Nonprofit-Management und -Marketing, veröffentlicht den Beitrag „Ein Jahr DSGVO – eine erste Bilanz“ von unserem Rechtsanwalt und Partner Dr. ...
On 20. November 2019, the delegates representing ITU Member States have agreed at the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, on a new ...