Dr Carmen FödischAssociate
Dr Carmen Födisch advises German and international companies throughout the entire value chain; from procurement and manufacturing to sales and distribution of both physical as well as digital products.
She is specialized in commercial law, with particular focus on the drafting, negotiation and review of agreements and general terms and conditions for the operational business in the context of national and international trade, as well as in all procurement and distribution related questions.
Her practice includes advising German and international companies from the automotive and technology sectors as well as industrial and consumer goods sectors.
Due to her thesis in data protection law, Dr Carmen Födisch has a strong data law background and is regularly advising on projects related to monetization of data internally and externally.
- Advising a vehicle manufacturer for electromobility in the context of market entry and on strategic co-operations with business partners.
- Drafting commercial agreements for a supplier of the automotive industry with suppliers, customers and co-operation partners.
- Advising a supplier in the industrial sector with respect to a modular purchasing framework comprising general terms and conditions and templates for development and supply services.
- Advising a worldwide operating producer of chemicals with regard to the development of a global compliance framework for intensive usage of data including monetization.
- Higher Regional Court of Hamburg, Second State Examination, 2021
- Georg-August-University Göttingen, Dr. jur., 2020
- Georg-August-University Göttingen, First State Examination, 2016
University of Geneva, Certificat de droit transnational, 2013
- Dissertation: "Datenschutz bzgl. Kundendaten bei Unternehmenstransaktionen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der DSGVO" (Data Protection of Customer Data in Corporate Transactions with Special Consideration of the GDPR), Datenschutz-Berater Schriftenreihe, Frankfurt a.M. 2021
- Lecture on "Data Protection in M&A Transactions" at the 10th Frankfurt IT Law Day 2021