Julia advises both national and international companies on all legal matters relating to information technology, privacy and data protection, ecommerce, marketing and internet law. She focuses on the industry sectors Technology, Media and Communications as well as Life Sciences & Healthcare.
She has strong expertise with multi-jurisdictional privacy and data protection as well as ecommerce compliance projects. Furthermore, Julia has a focus on data protection requirements for e-health and m-health projects and on implementing global IT-systems for multi-national companies.
She has been assisting numerous multi-national companies with the establishment and implementation of GDPR and global data protection compliance programs, currently focusing on international data transfers and engagement of global service providers as well as with audits and investigations led by data protection authorities. Also, she assists companies with the new legal requirements stemming from EU law relating to digital services and digital content.
Julia studied law in Munich at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität and obtained her LL.M. degree from the University of Texas at Austin, USA. She was admitted to the German bar in 2007 and to the New York bar as attorney-at-law in 2009. Before joining Osborne Clarke, Julia was a partner at an international law firm headquartered in the US.
She is named “Name of Next Generation” in data protection by Legal 500 in 2021 and ranked among “Best Lawyers” for data protection and “Best Lawyers” for information technology by Handelsblatt in cooperation with Best Lawyers in 2021.
„EU Consumer Protection Law Developments for Technology, Media and Telecommunication Companies”, Cri, 5/2020
“Welche Kontrollen die DSGVO erlaubt”, Computerwoche, 12 August 2020
„Data protection and adtech in Europe – where next?“, Privacy & Data Protection DPD Journals, Volume 20, Issue 5, April 2020
“Whistleblowing in Germany – Requirements under GDPR and Expeted Amendments pursuant to the new EU Whistleblowing Directive”, PinG, March 2020
“The new EU Whistleblosing Directive- considerations from a German employment and data protection law perspective”, Cri, January 2020