Philip Radlanski

Philip Radlanski

Education

University of Regensburg (First State Exam, 2011)
King's College London (LL.M., 2013)
University of Regensburg (Dr. iur., 2015)
Berlin Supreme Court (Second State Exam, 2016)

Bar Admissions

Germany


Deutsche Version

Philip Radlanski is a senior associate at Morrison & Foerster’s German office in Berlin and a member of our market-leading Global Privacy and Data Security Group. He advises clients ranging from early-stage start-ups to large corporations in the technology, media, and communications industries on privacy, cybersecurity, and strategic regulatory issues.

His work particularly focuses on complex and innovative data-heavy projects, often with cross-border aspects. He also assists on cybersecurity issues, including data breach incident management and response. Besides data protection law, he also has in-depth knowledge of telecommunications law and IP/IT law.

Philip Radlanski studied law (area of focused studies: Law within the information society) at the University of Regensburg, Germany, and the University of Sheffield, UK. He also holds a master’s degree (LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Law, with distinction) from King’s College London, UK. He wrote his Ph.D. thesis in the area of data protection law for which he also conducted research in New York, NY/USA, and London, UK.

As a secondee, Philip Radlanski spent five months at a leading German internet services provider, assisting the in-house legal team with negotiating and administrating various contracts (carrier access, distribution, advertising, data processing, content licensing, etc.). He also spent one year at Morrison & Foerster’s New York office, working on complex cross-border projects, supporting GDPR compliance efforts (including BCRs), and assisting with cybersecurity issues.

Prior to practicing as an attorney, Philip Radlanski worked as a research assistant at the University of Regensburg, Germany, and as a visiting tutor at King’s College London, UK. He also worked for the German Federal Film Board and for different international law firms in Berlin, Germany, New York, NY/USA, and Sydney, Australia.

He is a member of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property and Copyright (GRUR), the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), and the Bauhaus Archive.

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