Digital Transformation

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The term digital transformation refers to significant changes in everyday life, business, administration, and society as a whole through the use of digital technologies. While some technologies such as cloud computing, social media, or mobile devices were integrated into corporate processes years ago, German businesses are now also beginning to widely use new technologies such as AI, the Internet of Things, AR, or blockchain. Implementing these systems and the associated reconfiguration of internal processes, own products and services, as well as entire business models, requires a high level of financial and staffing resources, while observing a large number of statutory provisions.

It will not be sufficient for companies to digitalize just one part of their business; management will regularly want to restructure the company as a whole when it comes to digitalization, breaking down the implementation by the relevant departments (HR, IT, Accounting, Legal, etc.). From a legal perspective, this requires advice that not only covers the typical digital legal areas of IT and Data Protection, but also all other legal areas of business law such as Employment, Corporate, M&A, Tax, Antitrust, IP, Arbitration, and, in particular, Regulated Sectors (such as Finance, Insurance, Energy, Automotive, Health).

As a business law firm, we take a holistic, cross-disciplinary approach to advising our clients in digital transformation, usually viewed from the respective business area’s perspective. The subpages of this website inform about our advisory services in digital transformation, broken down by our clients’ typical departments.

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