Philipp advises international and domestic companies on IT and media law, in particular on matters of interactive entertainment, e-commerce and broadcasting regulation.

His interests lie especially in the tech and media sectors. Philipp completed a journalism training during his studies and worked for newspapers, radio and online media. He also gained experience working as a web developer on several online media projects.

Philipp regularly writes for the specialized blog gameslaw.org and has published a number of legal articles on youth protection and IT-related topics.

Before joining Osborne Clarke, he studied law in Cologne and Paris. During his legal training, Philipp clerked at the specialized chambers for press, broadcasting and copyright matters at the Regional Court of Cologne, the State's Central Cybercrime Department (ZAC NRW) within the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Cologne and the German Embassy in Singapore. His traineeships with two major international law firms also led him to Düsseldorf and a stint in Brussels.