Felix advises on IT and e-commerce law, on software contracts of all kinds and on all aspects of interactive entertainment.
Companies from the entertainment industry, as well as software and technology companies, from start-ups to market leaders, particularly benefit from his experience in copyright and youth-protection matters.
Felix provides comprehensive legal advice regarding the content of entertainment products for the German market and regularly represents video and computer game publishers in proceedings before German youth protection authorities.
Felix joined Osborne Clarke in 2011. He studied in Cologne and Paris and completed various legal traineeship postings, among others with a federal youth protection board in Bonn and with Canadian law firm Gowlings in Vancouver.
In addition to these postings, he worked for one year in 2012 at a Toronto law firm that specialises in international legal transactions.
Felix is author of a number of specialist publications on IT, copyright and youth protection law and a regular contributor to the specialized blog www.onlinegameslaw.com.
Osborne Clarke was awarded JUVE law firm of the year for use of Information Technology in 2017.