Benjamin advises national and international companies in the areas of IT, data privacy, media and copyright law.
His practice includes out-of-court advice as well as litigation. The media, entertainment and games industries are a focal point of his work.
He was involved in the extensive litigation for one of the world's largest video game developers and publishers regarding copyright infringements in connection with so-called bots.
On behalf of an international film production company, he also handled a claim for damages against a leading German film rights dealer for claims arising from a license agreement.
He supported a major German IT service provider in defending claims for damages due to alleged software copyright infringements
Benjamin studied law in Mainz. He completed his legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main with stations at a law firm in Sydney, Australia, the German-Slovenian Chamber of Foreign Trade in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and a major international media company in Berlin.
He is admitted to the bar since 2016. Before joining Osborne Clarke, he worked as a lawyer at an international law firm in Frankfurt am Main.
Osborne Clarke was awarded JUVE law firm of the year for use of IT & Data Protection and Technology & Media in 2019.