Marco Degginger has been a lawyer at Oppenhoff since 2019. He studied law at the Universities of Münster and Perugia from 2011 to 2016, with a focus on information, telecommunications and media law. During his legal internship at the District Court of Düsseldorf, Marco Degginger completed stations inter alia at the law firm Orth Kluth in the area of IP, IT, data protection and copyright law, at the law firm Noerr LLP in Düsseldorf as well as at the German Embassy in New Delhi.
Marco Degginger advises and represents national and international enterprises on questions
of IT and data protection law. In particular, his work includes advice on drafting contracts in the areas of data protection, cloud computing and software projects. Marco Degginger also has experience in copyright and competition law.
Articles and Essays
Die Reichweite des datenschutzrechtlichen Auskunftsrechts [The range of the right to information under data protection law]
DER BETRIEB dated 15 November 2021, No. 46, p. 2744 et seqq. (in collaboration with Dr. Jürgen Hartung)
Gefahr durch Cyber Angriffe [Threat from Cyber Attacks]
Legal Revolution dated 28 December 2020, LR 2020, p. 337 – 342 (in collaboration with Sebastian Gutmann)