Hans-Christian primarily advises on IT and data protection law as well as on all issues relating to the digital economy.
He is particularly active in the field of advising on setting up and operating platforms of all kinds in the digital economy as well as data exchange between companies.
In the past, Hans-Christian Woger has advised and assisted various companies, both industry leaders and start-ups, in the aforementioned areas of law. He joined Osborne Clarke in 2018 and previously worked for a number of years in an international commercial law firm and a boutique law firm in the IP and IT sectors.
Hans-Christian Woger studied at the European University Viadrina and the University of Potsdam. During his legal clerkship, he completed, among other things, a station in Dublin. He regularly gives lectures on IT and data protection topics and publishes in this field. He is a lecturer in European trademark and unfair competition law at the European University Viadrina.
Osborne Clarke was awarded JUVE law firm of the year for use of IT & Data Protection and Technology & Media in 2019.