Johannes Groß

Johannes Groß


Email johannes.gross@​

Phone +49 69 96 23 6 272

Fax +49 69 962 36 100

LanguagesEnglish, French, German

Practice groupFinance

Johannes Groß advises national and international clients on the structuring of their digitisation, infrastructure and energy projects. He supports his clients in transactions, contract negotiations, disputes and regulatory issues. 

With his experience in the field of industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, Johannes supports you with the transformation of your business. His secondment to one of the world's leading companies for hardware, software and services in the IT sector enables him to advise you in a practice-oriented manner. Furthermore, Johannes advises on data centers and supports you in transactions and as well as with drafting and negotiating of construction and operating contracts. He regularly publishes and lectures on industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. Johannes completed his legal clerkship in Mainz, Speyer, Düsseldorf and Shanghai. He has been working for us as a research assistant and lawyer since 2014 and as an associate since 2019.

Education and admissions


Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Koblenz, 2013

First State Exam in Law, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, 2011


German Bar Association

Representative experience

Advising a manufacturer and supplier of plant construction equipment on the general Terms and Conditions regarding IoT products (such as predictive maintenance and AI), including the drafting of the standard contracts.

Advice on and renegotiation of IT consulting, service and supply contracts for adaptation to the German Data Protection Ordinance (DSGVO).

Consulting a leading Swiss energy supplier and project developer and negotiations for the optimization and restructuring of the inter-company loans of all wind farm and photovoltaic participations of the company in France.

Advising an insurance company on the successful acquisition of a wind farm portfolio in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Brandenburg.

Advising an e-money institute on the implementation of the PSD2 requirements for IT security.

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