Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has today announced its hire of Dr Ingemar Kartheuser, who joins as Counsel in February and will be based in Hamburg.
Dr. Ingemar Kartheuser joins from Linklaters, and advises clients on technology law, data and secrecy protection law as well as IT contract law. His practice focuses on the implementation of technology projects such as cloud projects and outsourcing, the handling of data protection infringements and digital health projects.
Dr Christoph Ritzer, head of the German IT and data protection law practice, commented:
"We are delighted to have gained an experienced colleague for our practice with Ingemar Kartheuser’s hire. He will successfully support the further development of our European and German practice. Our practice has grown continuously over the last few years and we want to continue our growth. This will give us room for further specialisation in order to be able to help our clients in an even more targeted way. We look forward to working with Ingemar Kartheuser."
Dr Stefan Feuerriegel, head of Germany, comments:
"With Ingemar Kartheuser, we gain a valuable addition to our German data protection law and technology law practice. These are strategic growth areas for the firm - a practice we now offer at all three offices. This will allow us to further expand our profile and profitability in a focused manner."
Dr. Ingemar Kartheuser adds: "I am delighted to be able to join the Norton Rose Fulbright team. In particular, I look forward to the exciting challenge of expanding the local team within the IT and data protection sectors.”
Ingemar Kartheuser studied law at the University of Hamburg and the University of Canterbury.