Daniel Huber

Daniel Huber

Associate
Munich

Email daniel.huber@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 89 290 12 0

Fax +49 89 290 12 222

LanguagesGerman, English

Practice groupIntellectual Property

Daniel Huber advises national and international companies on data protection and IT law, copyright law and media and technology law. He focuses on advising on all aspects of data protection, in particular on data transfers and data notices, as well on IT contracts, mobile apps and e-commerce.

Daniel studied at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. During his legal traineeship he worked on intellectual property aspects in the Munich office of Hogan Lovells and for a law firm in Ottawa (Canada) specialised on trademark and patent law. After his Second State Exam Daniel worked as an academic officer at the Chair of Civil Law and Media Law of Professor Dr. Johannes Hager. Before joining Hogan Lovells he gathered long-term experience by working for a law firm which is specialised on IT law. Daniel has been an Associate at Hogan Lovells since June 2017 and is part of the team of Dr. Stefan Schuppert and Dr. Martin Pflüger.

Education and admissions

Education

Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Munich, 2011

First State Exam in Law, LMU Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), 2009

Representative experience

Advising an international online company concerning compliance with the data protection laws.

Advising international medical device manufacturer on software license agreements.

Advising a hotel chain on questions of fair trading law in online marketing.

Advising an international software company on the implementation of mobile health apps.

Regular advice to clients in the field of information technology on IP and IT-related and data protection aspects of M&A transactions.

Advising several automotive companies on data protection and telecommunication matters in connection with the implementation of connected car services.

Advising a company on the design of IT contracts in the course of the introduction of a cloud based ERP system.

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