Kim G. Hansen focuses his practice on IT; IP matters, including protection and strategy, commercialization, licensing and litigation; advice and negotiation on IT-procurement and outsourcing arrangements; information security and privacy compliance; and computer games. His transactional practice includes licensing, outsourcing, research and development arrangements, technology transfer, and commercial arrangements that involve general IP and technology issues.
For a number of years, Mr. Hansen has served as an external associate professor, teaching IT law at Aarhus University and at the Aarhus School of Business and IP law at the University of Copenhagen. Mr. Hansen lectures on starting up an IT business and IT Internet law at the IT University of Copenhagen. Mr. Hansen has been the President of IT Law Group Europe (2010–2012), and is a former chair of the Association of Danish IT Attorneys, secretary to the Danish Forum for IT-law, and a member of the Danish IT Society’s council on IT and law. He holds a Ph.D. in software patents from the Aarhus University and an LL.M. in Computer and IT Law from the Strathclyde University.