Contributors

Timo Kullerkupp

Timo Kullerkupp is an attorney in RASK Attorneys-at-Law in Tallinn (Estonia). He is a member of the firm’s Corporate, Insolvency, Mergers & Acquisitions, ITC practice groups. Mr. Kullerkupp focuses his practice on information technology, corporate matters, commercial agreements, information security, and privacy compliance. His transactional practice includes commercial arrangements that involve IT issues, licensing, outsourcing, joint ventures, and M&A.
Mr. Kullerkupp has been advising both private and public sector clients, at a national and international level, on privacy-related matters for more than eight years. He is a member of the Estonian Bar Association.

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Tomáš Rybár

tomas Rybar

Tomas Rybar is a partner at Cechova & Partners in Bratislava (Slovakia). He has worked on a wide range of privacy, employment, IT, corporate and regulatory matters. He is the head of employment practice of the firm. He regularly advises on privacy matters and the related Slovak regulation and practice. He has also advised in the process of drafting laws reforming the Slovak health care system. Mr. Rybar also gained significant experience heading the branch of Cechova & Partners in Brussels in years 2003 and 2004, dealing with a wide range of EC law issues. Mr. Rybar is a member of Team Europe—a group of experts on the EU organized by the Delegation of the European Commission in the Slovak Republic. He is also a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Slovak Bar Association and of the Executive Committee of the International Association of Young Lawyers. Mr. Rybar is admitted to practice law in Slovakia.

 

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Ursula Widmer

Dr. Ursula WidmerUrsula Widmer, Rechtsanwältin, Dr. iur, attorney-at-law, is founding partner of the law firm Dr. Widmer & Partners in Berne (Switzerland). She specializes in Information Technology, Internet, E-Business and Telecommunications Law, with more than 30 years of experience in advising companies in Information Technology, Internet, and Telecommunications Law matters.

Ms. Widmer was a member of the academic staff at the Institute of Swiss Private and Comparative Law at the University of Berne; her thesis covered the subject Liability for software defects. She is a lecturer in Information Technology and Internet Law at the University of Berne and a lecturer in Information Security Law at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ). She has written numerous publications in the field of Information Technology, Telecommunications, Internet, and E-Business Law.

Ms. Widmer is a member of the German Society for Law and Information Technology (DGRI) and of the English Society for Computers & Law (SCL), and is a member of the board of the German Foundation for Law and Information Technology (DSRI). She is a former member of the Swiss Government’s Expert Commission for Cybercrime and a former member of the Swiss Federal Data Protection Commission (federal arbitration and appeal court). Ms. Widmer is widely recognized as a leading expert practitioner in Information Technology, Telecommunications, Internet, and E-Business Law. She is Past President of the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw) and President of the Information Security Society Switzerland (ISSS). She is a member of the Swiss bar.

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