Leonie Schneider advises national and international companies in the digital media and software sector on IT law, including e-commerce and m-commerce.
Her focus lies on digital regulation, platform regulation and consumer laws where she advises clients from big tech companies to start-ups. This also regularly includes game developers and publishers.
Leonie studied law in Muenster and Zaragoza and spent some time in Washington D.C. During her legal traineeship, she also worked for the Senate for computer and IT law of the Higher Regional Court in Cologne.
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
Digital regulation in Germany and the EU/EEA is as complex as the business models it applies to. I really enjoy being part of this challenge and helping companies and in-house teams to untangle it to find the best practical approach. I also love sharing my knowledge in webinars and presentations.
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