Mr Tue Goldschmieding > Gorrissen Federspiel > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile
Gorrissen Federspiel Offices
1609 COPENHAGEN V
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Mr Tue Goldschmieding
Intellectual Property and Data Protection
Tue Goldschmieding provides advice to Danish and international clients on outsourcing, IT contracts and the protection of information privacy. Tue has extensive experience in complex outsourcing and IT transactions as well as the handling of legislative and security-related issues concerning protection of information privacy.
Qualified 2005. Partner since 2014. Slaugther and May, London 2011-2012.
Member of the Board of the Association of Danish IT Attorneys.
University of Copenhagen.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
Led by Tue Goldschmieding, digital business and transformation work are cornerstones of the Gorrissen Federspiel data protection practice. It has specialist expertise in digital regulatory work as well as big data mandates and the use of AI for data analysis. The group is also adept at handling data protection issues, data ethics and cybersecurity work, with major national and international corporates seeking out the department for its ‘top of the class legal advice’.
The IT group at Gorrissen Federspiel is part of the firm’s wider IP and digital business department. The team has broad IT expertise, covering outsourcing and IT contracts, pre-litigation and dispute resolution as well as digital transformation and regulatory work. The ‘highly talented team’ is jointly led by Ole Horsfeldt and Tue Goldschmieding; Horsfeldt is well known for developing a contract management methodology that has been implemented at Danske Bank, while Goldschmieding has extensive experience in the privacy and cybersecurity space. Senior counsel Christian Aaby Köhler is also recommended.
- Data privacy and data protection - Denmark
- Information technology - Denmark
- Leading individuals - Denmark > Data privacy and data protection
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution
- EU, competition and public procurement
- Information technology
- Intellectual property
- Shipping and transport