Certified Specialist in IT law
As a lawyer and certified specialist in IT law, Adrian Freidank advises national and international clients on all matters pertaining to IT, copyright and data protection law. In addition to traditional IT law such as IT outsourcing, IT projects, e-commerce, IT contracts and data protection, his specialist areas particularly include advising on invitations to tender for IT contracts, including drawing up and negotiating the necessary contracts on the basis of the German Supplementary Terms of Contract for the Procurement of IT Supplies/Services (EVB-IT). Another area of interest is property technology (PropTech) and the use of block chain technology for offline applications. He lectures and publishes on IT and data protection law issues, in particular on digitalisation in public administration and on contract law as it relates to the German Supplementary Terms of Contract for the Procurement of IT Supplies/Services (EVB-IT).
Adrian Freidank studied law in Trier (Germany), Lausanne (Switzerland) and Münster (Germany). After finishing university and before commencing his legal training, he worked for an international NGO in Nepal in the area of peace building. In 2014, Adrian Freidank started to work as a lawyer for a business law firm that specialised in IT law, where he was certified as a specialist in IT law in 2017. Adrian Freidank joined Luther in 2017. He is a member of the “Information Technology Law” Committee of Kölner Anwaltverein and a member of the Executive Committee of Arbeitskreis EDV und Recht e.V.