Adrian Schneider advises national and international companies on matters of IT law, data protection and copyright law, in particular in legal matters with a strong technical focus.

Before he qualified as a lawyer he worked as a software developer for web, mobile and games for more than ten years. Thus, the main focus of his practice is on the legal advice of the development and implementation of innovative IT products, including cloud infrastructure, smart data and machine learning. Furthermore, he has particular experience with advising insurance companies regarding legal questions of the digital transformation.

Adrian Schneider is author of several legal publications. In particular, he is co-founder and author of one of the leading German IT law blogs, active since 2006, and member of the advisory boards of the legal journals “Datenschutz-Berater” (Privacy Advisor) and “Kommunikation & Recht” (Communication & Law).

After finishing his studies in Marburg and Muenster, he completed his legal training in Cologne, Bonn and London, amongst others at the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).