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Taylor Wessing enwc Rechtsanwälte GmbH
SCHWARZENBERGPLATZ 7
1030 VIENNA
Austria

Work Department

IP / IT

Position

Andreas Schütz is a partner and a member of the IP/IT team at Taylor Wessing Vienna. He specialises in the areas of copyright & media, unfair competition law, IT & telecommunications, data protection and public commercial law. Andreas regularly advises well-known national and international companies from the IT, telecommunications and food sector on all aspects of unfair competition and IT law. His areas of focus include software contracts and software distribution law as well as data protection, e- and m-commerce and GTCT. He also advises in relation to IT projects. In addition, Andreas has extensive experience in the areas of food law and public procurement law as well as logistics & transport law.

Career

After his clerkship year in 2003 he became an associate at e|n|w|c Attorneys at Law (now Taylor Wessing CEE), Vienna. He has been a partner since 2007.

Languages

German, English

Memberships

Andreas is a member of the Vienna Bar Association and the Community of Interest in IT Law

Education

Andreas studied law at the University of Vienna and completed his post-graduate studies in IT law.

Lawyer Rankings

Austria > Intellectual property

The intellectual property practice at Taylor Wessing enwc Rechtsanwälte GmbH is jointly headed by Martin Prohaska-Marchried, who focuses on unfair competition issues, trade mark and copyrights; Dieter Natlacen, who handles arbitration as well as licensing; and Andreas Schütz, who advises on matters at the intersection of IP and IT law.

Austria > Data privacy and data protection

Taylor Wessing enwc Rechtsanwälte GmbH fields a CEE data protection team with a strong skill set in data transfer, GDPR implementation, cloud computing and online payment systems. The group is led by Andreas Schütz, who is particularly sought after by IT, telecoms and food sector clients. Associate Christopher Bakier excels in data protection matters in the health sector.