Digitalisation and e-commerce
Digitisation is vital for your company's survival. We accompany our clients daily in shaping the framework conditions for digital services and in introducing new online platforms, as well as start-ups in establishing their innovations.
We make sure that your websites and e-commerce platforms meet all legal requirements in the B2B and B2C sectors.
We have been successfully assisting clients with national and cross-border outsourcing projects for years. Therefore, we can also optimally support you in your projects with comprehensive experience and the highest level of professional know-how. We know and understand the different starting points, needs and typical negotiating positions of both outsourcing service providers and their clients.
IT and business process outsourcing
Complex outsourcing projects require a high level of overarching knowledge in classic contract law as well as labour and data protection law. Often - e.g. in the distribution sector - industry-specific technical requirements are added.
In these processes, we involve proven experts at all times to ensure that you receive solution-oriented and top-level legal and technical advice on all aspects. Business process outsourcing projects in particular, are a focus of our work. Here, we advise clients on the procurement of services in areas such as purchasing, logistics and supply chain optimisation.
IT forensics expert opinion
The increasing use of information technology systems by companies, the technical advancement of consumer-oriented payment methods, the current dependence of the end user on technological progress and the voluntary sharing of personal data in social networks are being abused by criminals.
Almost every day, one reads new reports about data attacks on companies or the phishing of account data. Massive damage is caused by phishing via fake websites, e-mails or short messages, and data theft can cause millions in damage to companies. Using modern IT forensics, deleted data and information on hard drives and other storage media can be reconstructed.
In labour disputes, companies can find themselves in a seemingly hopeless situation. Here, IT forensics can help to prepare for any necessary dismissals or in internal investigations of digitally verifiable crimes.
Through a computer forensic analysis, it is often possible to determine whether a computer system has been remotely controlled or otherwise abused by means of a Trojan. Among other things, the times of use of the computer can be traced. If a defendant demonstrably did not have access to the computer system at the time of the crime, the findings of the IT forensic expert can lead to an acquittal.