Philip Kempermann is a key name in the German market where he is well respected for his deep understanding of data privacy, protection and security law.
Philip Kempermann is a partner at Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, a major independent law firm with more than 400 lawyers in Berlin, Chemnitz, Cologne, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart and Zurich. The law firm has a full-service approach.
Philip Kempermann was admitted to the Bar in 2006 and focuses on IT and data protection. He is a member of Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek's IP, media and technology, and antitrust practice groups. Philip Kempermann advises and represents several large national and international corporations with their IT projects, operations and data protection matters. Additionally, Philip Kempermann assists start-ups with getting their products to the market. Philip Kempermann has extensive experience with complex international IT projects, helping various companies to bring such negotiations to a successful ending. Philip Kempermann has also assisted several international organisations with their GDR compliance and has advised on product design under the privacy default and design principles.
Recently, Philip Kempermann assisted the Tolino cooperation - namely Thalia, Hugendubel and Weltbild - on reorganising the Tolino alliance, including the negotiation of a new service agreement with Rakuten Kobo; Humanitec with the launch of their micro-services platform Walhall; and Santander Consumer Bank AG as lead counsel of their GDPR compliance project.
Philip Kempermann is an active member of the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) as well as the German Association of Law and Informatics (DGRI). He regularly speaks and publishes on IT and data protection topics.