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Greenberg Traurig Germany

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Dr Christoph Enaux

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Greenberg Traurig LLP

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Technology & Telecommunications


Christoph Enaux chairs the German Telecommunications Sector Group as well as the German Regulatory and Competition Practice Group.

Christoph advises on commercial and regulatory aspects of new business models in the TMT sector. In addition, he supports clients from various sectors on merger control and antitrust proceedings, including commercial and regulatory litigation. As the head of the Digital Real Estate Focus Group, he also focuses on the legal issues relating to the use of digital technologies in the real estate sector.


Prior to joining the firm, Christoph was a partner at Olswang in Berlin and worked in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications Group at Linklaters for five years.


German, English, Spanish

Germany: Industry focus


Within: Telecoms

Greenberg Traurig Germany stands out for regularly advising large real estate companies on business models in the telecoms area. Practice head Christoph Enaux assisted degewo netzWerk with pubic tenders for broadband and multimedia provision and advised Gesobau on the development of new concepts for FTTH (fibre to the home) provision for portfolios of new buildings, among other matters. Another core focus is project advice, where the firm has telecoms, media and antitrust experience. A highlight in the cable network space was acting for Vonovia on contracts with several cable network operators, particularly cable license agreements and the integration of new property portfolios. In January 2018, Niklas Conrad, who focuses on litigation, was promoted to the partnership and Carsten Kociok, who is a key name for regulatory matters, was made counsel.

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Germany: Information technology


Within: Outsourcing

Greenberg Traurig Germany’s outsourcing advice is ‘exceptionally good’ and focused largely on IT infrastructure outsourcing, where the firm increasingly acts for technologically adept real estate companies and clients in the telecoms sector. The team also noted an increase in IT outsourcing projects in the MedTech area, such as for hospital bed manufacturer Völker. Christoph Enaux advises the Berlin housing association Gewobag on an outsourcing project for the implementation of a new cable network concept for 50,000 residential units and Stefan Lütje acted for a US IT outsourcing company, among others. Other clients include ZTE and Stadt und Land (Berlin’s state-owned public housing company).

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