Bartholomäus advises international clients on a wide range of digital-related matters, with a focus on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation, cross-border transfers of personal data, cybersecurity, ecommerce and digital health. His clients include startups, scaleups and multinationals in diverse industries, and he has a strong track record in the technology, telecommunications and biotechnology sectors.
Bartholomäus counsels clients on compliance and risk management projects in the financial and life science sectors, as well as on long-term innovative projects involving large-scale data processing activities. He advises on the new legal frameworks related to artificial intelligence, the European Commission's Data Act, and legal challenges posed by cloud computing, electronic contracting, electronic signatures, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain in a European context.
Bartholomäus is qualified to practice in Germany and Belgium, and he is fluent in German and English.
Prior to joining Cooley, Bartholomäus was an in-house counsel in the data privacy and cybersecurity practice of a German bank in Düsseldorf.
University of London
LLB, General Course at London School of Economics and Political Science, 2012
University of Passau
Legal Studies, 2015
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