Germany's WirtschaftsWoche recognizes Jones Day's data protection practice and partner Dr. Undine von Diemar
Jones Day and Dr. Undine von Diemar, a partner in the Firm's Munich Office, are included in the 2020 edition of WirtschaftsWoche's list of top law firms and top lawyers in the practice of data protection law. WirtschaftsWoche is a leading German business magazine published by Handelsblatt Media Group.
The Handelsblatt Research Institute surveyed more than 940 lawyers in 130 law firms to produce the list of leaders in data protection law, which then was evaluated and finalized by a jury of experts.
Dr. von Diemar leads Jones Day's Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Practice in Europe. Her practice focuses on data protection matters involving international data transfers, incident response, global compliance projects, and internal investigations. She regularly advises on data protection issues in M&A transactions and represents clients in proceedings before data protection authorities and courts. She has extensive experience in the IT sector, including negotiating high-profile technology transactions related to cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, and supercomputer technologies. She also advises on privacy issues related to the life sciences field.
The Firm's global Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection Practice advises clients on the full spectrum of cybersecurity, privacy, and data protection matters, including cybersecurity breaches, data loss, and other incident response, private disputes and litigation, regulatory investigations and enforcement actions, incident response preparedness and cyber insurance, information management and governance, compliance, and transactions involving data. The practice counsels clients across sectors—including emerging technologies, health care, financial services, retail, communications, manufacturing, and transportation—on current and emerging privacy and cyber legal risks, such as issues related to critical infrastructure, workplace and employee privacy, consumer and telemarketing laws, big data, eCommerce, artificial intelligence (AI), and the internet of things (IoT).