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Dr. Kay Oelschlägel

Lawyer
Certified Specialist in IT law
Partner

Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Gänsemarkt 45
20354 Hamburg

Phone +49 40 18067 12175
Fax +49 40 18067 110
kay.oelschlaegel@luther-lawfirm.com

Languages: German, English

Curriculum vitae

Dr Kay Oelschlägel was born in 1967. He was admitted to the German Bar in 1998 and joined Luther (or its respective predecessor) the same year. He is one of the founding authors of the professional journal “IP-Rechtsberater”, which was first published by Otto Schmidt Verlag at the beginning of 2010, a co-editor and author of the compendium “Versandhandelsrecht, E-Commerce, M-Commerce, Katalog”, and the author of numerous further publications. From 2005 to 2009, he worked as an assistant lecturer for industrial property and competition law at the University of Hamburg (Germany) and, from 2007 to 2009, was a lecturer for Dr Granneman & Fürstenberg, where he trained lawyers to become certified specialists in IT law (“Fachanwalt IT Recht”). Since 2006, Kay Oelschlägel has been the deputy chairman of the expert committee IT law of the Hamburg Bar Association. He is a certified specialist lawyer for IT law.

Areas of Practice

Dr Kay Oelschlägel advises national and international clients in judicial and extrajudicial matters pertaining to IT law, in particular, when drafting and negotiating contracts with large software producers, IT outsourcing contracts, software licence agreements, and IT project agreements. His advisory services further focus on e-commerce and data protection law. Additional areas of advice are copyright, trademark, and competition law, as well as press law.

Clients
  • Advising numerous international groups of companies on the drafting and negotiation of IT contracts with large software producers (SAP, Microsoft, Oracle, etc.)
  • Advising important software producers and IT service providers on the drafting and negotiation of customer contracts
  • Providing long-term e-commerce law advice to one of the world’s largest fashion groups
  • Providing long-term e-commerce law advice to a major shoe chain store company in Northern Germany
  • Advising an international IT service company on IT and contract law
  • Advising an international software provider on matters pertaining to IT contract law
  • Advising a municipal cooperative on a large IT outsourcing project