Industries Information Tech & Telecommunications
Christian Kuß advises national and international clients on legal issues pertaining to digitalisation and information technology (IT) as well as copyright and data protection law. He specialises in advising clients on questions of law in connection with new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data or the metaverse. His legal practice is further concentrated on drafting and negotiating IT contracts, dealing with licensing issues and handling (litigious) disputes in the context of IT projects. Christian Kuß further advises on data protection law and the data economy. In addition to dealing with questions regarding the legally secure use of data, his services also include verifying compliance with data protection law and advising on how to set up data protection compliance systems. Furthermore, he supports clients when dealing with data protection supervisory authorities or in connection with the assertion of data subjects’ rights.
Christian Kuß studied law with a focus on IT law at the Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster (Germany) from 2002 to 2007 and subsequently obtained his LL.M. in Bristol (England). During his traineeship he worked inter alia in the field of intellectual property and information law of numerous large commercial law firms. From 2011 onwards, Christian Kuß worked in the IT department of an international law firm in Düsseldorf (Germany). He joined Luther in 2013.