Jean-François Henrotte is a partner in Lexing Belgium in Brussels and Liège. Mr. Henrotte focuses his practice on information technology; intellectual property licensing and litigation; information security and privacy compliance; intellectual property protection; and the law of unfair competition. Mr. Henrotte obtained a D.E.S. in Droit et Gestion des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication from the University Notre Dame de la Paix in Namur and a LL.M. on Intellectual Property and Competition Law from the University of Liège. Mr. Henrotte is a regular speaker at conferences on information technology law. He is Chairman of the journal Revue du Droit des Technologies de l’Information (www.rdti.be). He is admitted to practice law in Belgium.
Juliane is a founding partner of the gold tier ranked IT/IP/Technology-„Rockstar Boutique” (WTR 1000) GEISTWERT® Rechtsanwälte Lawyers Avvocati in Vienna, Austria. GEISTWERT® was awarded inter alia„Data Protection Law – Law Firm of the Year 2018 – Austria” by Finance Monthly.
Juliane is recommended by LEGAL500, WTR 1000, iam 1000, JUVE, and many more. She is EuroPriSeCertified European Privacy Expert – Legal, and a lecturer for data protection law at the Donau-University Krems, Austria.
Juliane is admitted representing clients in front of courts in Italy and in Austria (including Austrian Supreme Court) and public authorities (including Austrian Trademark and Patent Office) and she works in German, Italian and English.
Junaid Daudpota is a partner at Daudpota International, a law firm whose activities mainly focus on the Middle East and South Asia. Mr. Daudpota’s practice covers transactional and contentious matters relating to various areas of laws, such as competition, employment, banking, internet, data protection, agency and franchising, intellectual property, anti-corruption, and arbitration.
Mr. Daudpota has acted as a consultant for the World Bank for Doing Business (country specific) reports. He has also co-authored the books on Competition Law in Pakistan and Anti-Money Laundering Law, and has commented on a number of national legislations around the world.
Mr. Daudpota is a member of International Bar Association (IBA), American Bar Association (ABA), and International Trademark Association (INTA), Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (SIArb). He has also been part of number of policy and educational committees. Mr. Daudpota has also authored articles covering various legal disciplines, and regularly attends and speaks at international conferences and seminars.
Kim G. Hansen is a founding partner of Integra Law Firm in Copenhagen (Denmark). Mr. Hansen focuses his practice on information technology; intellectual property 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 intellectual property and technology issues.
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 Aarhus University and a LL.M. in Computer and Information Technology Law from Strathclyde University. Integra Law Firm specializes in IT and IPR matters and is the Danish member of the IT Law Group Europe. Mr. Hansen is admitted to practice before the High courts in Denmark.
Krzysztof Stefanowicz practices law in Warsaw (Poland). Previously, he was a senior partner in Salans Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Groups and the head of the IT/IP practice in Salans Warsaw office.. Mr. Stefanowicz focuses his practice on information technology; intellectual property licensing and litigation/arbitration; advice and negotiation on outsourcing arrangements, including the restructuring of outsourcing agreements; information security and privacy compliance; and intellectual property protection. His transactional practice includes licensing, outsourcing, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial arrangements.
Mr. Stefanowicz has been admitted to practice law in Poland since 1990. He graduated from Warsaw University (Juris Doctor, 1987; Master of Laws, 1978). He was a lecturer at Warsaw University (1978-2004) and at Capital University Columbus, Ohio (USA). The prestigious publications Practical Law Company and European Legal Experts have recognized Mr. Stefanowicz as a leading lawyer in the fields of telecommunications/media law and new technology law, company law, intellectual property law, and court and arbitration proceedings. He is the author of numerous articles and books, and a member of the International Bar Association, ITech Law Association, and the Criminal Law Association. Mr. Stefanowicz also specializes in court and arbitration proceedings before Polish and foreign courts. He is an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw. He is the vice-president of the Arbitration Court Lewiatan in Warsaw. Mr. Stefanowicz speaks Polish, English, and Russian.
LAIMONAS MARKAUSKAS is a partner in NJORD Law Firm Intellectual Property, IT and Telecom, and Media, Sports and Entertainment Practice Groups in VILNIUS (LITHUANIA). Mr. LAIMONAS MARKAUSKAS focuses his practice on various aspects of intellectual property licensing, protection and litigation, information technology, legal aspects of advertising and protection of privacy; advice and negotiation on various arrangements within his field of practice; information security and privacy compliance; the law of unfair competition and legal issues of marketing. His transactional practice includes licensing, outsourcing, joint ventures, M&A, and commercial arrangements that among other issues involve general intellectual property, privacy and technology issues.
Mr. LAIMONAS MARKAUSKAS is chairman of the Board of the Finish-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce, member of the Board of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania and chairman of the Appeal Committee of the Lithuanian Football Federation. Mr. LAIMONAS MARKAUSKAS is admitted to practice law in 2003.
Larissa Galimberti is partner in the São Paulo offices of Pinheiro Neto Advogados. She specializes in tech transactions and licensing with focus on new technologies, e-commerce, software, data analytics, big data and internet of things (IoT), intellectual property, media and entertainment and privacy and data protection matters.
She holds a J.D. (’05) and a Master of Commercial Law (’13) from the University of São Paulo’s Law School and a Master of Laws in Law, Science and Technologyfrom Stanford University (’14). She was a foreign associate at Fenwick & West in California.
Leonardo Peixoto is an associate in the São Paulo offices of Pinheiro Neto Advogados. He specializes in mergers and acquisitions, corporate advisory and technology contracts. He holds a J.D. from Pontifícia Universidade Católica in São Paulo (’12) and is currently concluding a Masters of Business Law in Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo.