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CompetencesCompliance & Internal Investigations Games Industrial Property, Copyright & Advertising Law Information Technology & Telecommunication Law Information Technology, Telecommunication Media, Music, Entertainment, Culture, Publishing
LanguagesGerman English Polish
Wojtek Ropel is Partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT's Frankfurt office and a member of the IP/IT/Media practice group. He has a special focus on IT law in the entertainment software and new media sector. This includes advice on industrial property protection and the enforcement of rights against third parties. He advises his national and international clients on legal questions regarding the development, licensing, physical and digital distribution of software, the legal realization of new business and financing models as well as the adjustment of software products to the legal requirements in Germany (compliance, including the protection of minors).
Wojtek Ropel studied law at the University of Gießen. He was admitted to the German Bar in 2011. Prior to joining BEITEN BURKHARDT, Mr Ropel worked with another corporate law firm in Frankfurt. He has been working with BEITEN BURKHARDT since 2015 and became Partner in 2018.
"Wojtek Ropel: Enthusiasm regarding IT/digitalisation matters; best cooperation with internal colleagues within and outside of the legal department; very independent and analytical working method; solution-oriented work according to the requirements of the IT and the client."
(Legal 500 Germany 2020 and Legal 500 EMEA 2020)
Publications / Lectures
"IT Contracts in Relation to the Coronavirus", Online Seminar, BEITEN BURKHARDT, 18 and 31 March 2020, together with Susanne Klein
3D Printing of Tablets: BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises MERCK on Innovation Project
Another Victory of mytaxi with BEITEN BURKHARDT Versus Taxi Bonn e.G.
BEITEN BURKHARDT Elects a Total of 20 New Partners, Four of them Equity Partners
mytaxi wins with BEITEN BURKHARDT before Higher Regional Court – Taxi Bonn has to remove anti competitive Clause from its Articles of Association
BEITEN BURKHARDT Advises on Entry into the eScooter Sharing Business