Ulrike is an experienced technology and privacy lawyer. She is regularly involved in international transactions and advises on complex IT projects and licensing deals. She also advises clients on questions arising in connection with their operative business and represents them in litigation. She has broad experience in advising clients on IT and privacy related regulatory requirements for products and services, including in the areas of financial services, life sciences, and artificial intelligence.
Ulrike was recognized for her intellectual property work by Handelsblatt/Best Lawyers in Germany in 2020 and 2022.
Ulrike began her career in 1998 in the areas of Commercial Contracts and Litigation and increasingly focused on internet and technology law. Before joining K&L Gates in September 2022, she worked at other well-reputed German and international law firms in Berlin and Frankfurt.
- Member of the Licensing Executive Society (LES) - Deutsche Landesgruppe e.V.
- Member of DAVIT (Practice group information technology law in the German lawyers' association)
- Member of DGRI (German Society for the Law of Informatics)
- Recent developments in the Law on Payment Services. CR 2019, 663-670 (German). CRi 2019, 174-180 (English).
- The new Payment Services Supervisory Act. (German) Das neue Zahlungsdiensteaufsichtsgesetz. CR 2018, 98-102.
- Screen Scraping: Interactions between the law on database rights and contract law. CR 2015, 447-451 (German) CRi 2015, 83-85 (English).
- Intellectual Property Infringements: Calculation of Damages and Restitution in Germany, England and France (German). Jur. Diss. 2005