Dr. Tobias Bosch, J.S.M. (Stanford)

Rechtsanwalt
Partner
Practice Group: Telecommunications
Practice Group: Digital Business

Tobias Bosch advises leading German and international clients on telecommunications and media law issues, including the conduct of regulatory proceedings and the negotiation of operating contracts. Another focus of his work is advising clients in the areas of information technology, Internet and e-commerce.

Expertise

  • Telecommunications law
  • Media law
  • IT law/outsourcing
  • Internet and e-commerce
  • Transactions in the TMT sector

Career

  • Legal studies at the University of Heidelberg (Germany)
  • Postgraduate studies (J.S.M.) at Stanford University (USA)
  • Experience abroad: Secondments at a multinational technology company in Seattle (USA) and an international law firm in Hongkong (China)
  • Doctorate in Private International Law under Prof. Erik Jayme on the subject of breakthroughs of the general choice of law rule in international matrimonial property law
  • Since 1999, a lawyer in leading international law firms in Frankfurt and Berlin, since 2008 as a partner
  • At Noerr since 2015
  • Admitted to the Berlin Chamber of Lawyers

Selected Projects

  • Telecommunications providers: Providing comprehensive regulatory advice to various multinational telecommunications providers on regulatory issues, in particular bitstream, TAL and IC for landlines, mobile termination rates and frequency auctions, and on net neturality and VoIP
  • Various clients: Negotiating various complex operational telecommunications contracts
  • Nokia: Negotiating a major IT outsourcing contract
  • GFT: Negotiating various outsourcing contracts in the banking sector
  • Various clients: Drafting and negotiating a large number of contracts in the software sector, including SaaS, cloud computing and agile software development
  • Amazon and others: Providing advice to Amazon and a large number of other companies in the areas of internet and e-commerce
  • Microsoft Advising on various technology transactions in the Federal Republic of Germany

Distinctions

  • Recommended for telecommunications law in the JUVE Handbook since 2003 and in Chambers & Partners since 2006

Memberships

  • The German Association of Law and Informatics (DGRI)

Selected Publications

  • Neuregelungen für den FTTH- und FTTB-Ausbau im TKG. K&R 2016, 724ff. (with Dr. Julian von Lucius)
  • Chapter on IP clauses und TSA in the context of carve-out transactions (with Dr. Torsten Kraul), in: Lappe/Gattringer (Ed.), Carve-out Transaktionen
  • Die Murphy-Entscheidung und ihre Auswirkungen auf Sport- und Filmlizenzen im Online-Bereich. Die exklusive territoriale Rechtevergabe ist kein Modell der Vergangenheit! (with Dr. Martin von Albrecht and Dr. Annette Mutschler-Siebert), in: ZUM 2012, pp. 93 et seq.
  • Schutz von Betriebs- und Geschäftsgeheimnissen im telekommunikationsrechtlichen Gerichtsverfahren" - Anmerkung zu BVerwG, Beschluss vom 09.01.2007 (with Danielle Herrmann), in: Netzwirtschaften & Recht 2007, pp. 76 et seq.
  • Monopolbereich und Wettbewerbsbereich nach dem Postgesetz (with Dr. Alexander Hanebeck), in: Netzwirtschaften & Recht 2006, pp. 24 et seq.
  • Alter Wein in neuen Schläuchen? - Dürfen Zusammenschaltungsentgelte nichtmarkmächtiger Unternehmen unter dem neuen TKG reguliert werden?, in: Kommunikation & Recht 2005, pp. 208 et seq.
  • Rechtsfragen im Umfeld des In-Kraft-Tretens des neuen TKG (with Dr. Thomas Tschentscher), in: Kommunikation & Recht 2004, supplement 4, pp. 1 et seq.
  • Akteneinsichtrechte vor Gericht zum Zweiten - Das BVerwG setzt Maßstäbe für das Verfahren nach § 99 VwGO (with Dr. Julia Sommer), in: Kommunikation & Recht 2004, pp. 67 et seq.
  • Akteneinsichtrechte vor Gericht (with Dr. Julia Sommer), in: Kommunikation & Recht 2002, pp. 456 et seq.
  • Gesamtstatut und Einzelstatut im internationalen Privatrecht unter besonderer Berücksichtigung deutsch-französischer Rechtsfälle, in: Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt, 2002
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