Senior Associate, Düsseldorf
Catharina is a senior associate working in the German Data & Data Protection Group and assists several clients across industries on all issues relating to data protection, in particular on compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In particular, she developed a data protection impact assessment with an automated risk assessment helping clients meet their GDPR requirements with an efficient solution. Catharina advises on crisis management of privacy violations, data breaches or cyber-attacks. Additionally, she focuses her legal advice on intragroup and international data transfers, cross-border compliance projects and data privacy matters on transactions and corporate reorganisations. Another focus of her work is the data privacy designing cross-selling- and marketing structures as well as digital data heavy business models, including respective drafting of data processing agreements, data transfer agreements, privacy notices and information as well as declarations of consent. By doing so, she legally secures and enhances the usability of the value “data”.
Catharina won a “Women in Law Award” 2019 and is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars on data protection topics as well as a lecturer at the University of Muenster (Certificate Course COMPLIANCE by JurGrad gGmbH).
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