Johannes Klausch advises his clients comprehensively on all judicial and extrajudicial matters relating to IP law, in particular, trademark law, copyright law and competition law. Another focus of his work is advising on IT law, in particular, when it comes to drafting agreements concerning the development, distribution, licencing and maintenance of software, but also with regard to data protection law, distribution law and e-commerce. Johannes Klausch’s advisory services also include drafting and reviewing general terms and conditions and contracts.
Johannes Klausch was born in 1981. He studied law in Berlin (Germany), Salamanca (Spain) and London (England), where he received his LL.M. from the London School of Economics and completed a five-month trainee programme, gaining experience in IP law. As part of his legal training, he worked in the Department for Culture and Communication of the German Federal Foreign Office and in the media law department of a large English commercial law firm. He was admitted to the German Bar in 2013 and worked for GSK Stockmann & Kollegen before joining Luther in 2014.