Digitization is making its way into almost all areas of life and is changing the world as we know it.
New technologies such as Big Data applications, Internet of Things or Distributed Ledger are changing the economy and creating new applications and values for numerous industries, but are also bringing with them a multitude of new demarcation issues and disputes.
In the IT and telecommunications sector, our experts have accompanied the development of this industry from the very beginning. They know the business-critical issues of start-ups and corporations - and their products.
We advise you across the board on the legal challenges associated with digitization.
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The New York Times recently filed a lawsuit against Microsoft and OpenAI. The reason: possible copyright infringements through the use of millions of articles from the New York Times to train ChatGPT. This lawsuit gives cause to consider whether the unlawful processing of data in the design, training or operation phases of artificial intelligence (AI) systems requires that the models be retrained or whether alternative solutions are available
Digital Business04.10.2023 Newsletter
Impressive innovations are anticipated in the metaverse and are thus causing an extraordinary stir in a multitude of areas of life. In the meantime, hardly any other field of law has to deal with various realities of life as comprehensively and in depth as tax law. It is only logical that this gives rise to diverse challenges for companies that are present in the metaverse.
Digital Business21.09.2023 Newsletter
Professional e-sports players are usually employees - but what protection do they have? Do forms of ordinary and extraordinary dismissals also exist in e-sports? What rules apply here? In our fourth and last article in our series on gaming and e-sports, Dr. Alexander Willemsen takes a look at the peculiarities of dismissals in the e-sports sector.