Dr Stefanie Fuchs is a Junior Partner* at Hambach & Hambach, and focuses in particular on the following areas of law:
- (EU) regulation and public commercial law
- eCommerce and mCommerce
- electronic payment services
- IP/IT, including, in particular, data protection law and the international transfer of data
- advertising law (UWG, RStV, GlüStV, advertising guidelines), including drug and foodstuff advertising
- Sports law
- youth protection law
- administrative law (in particular gambling law)
Stefanie Fuchs wrote her doctorate thesis on the topic “Gambling Law under special consideration of Online Gambling“, and regularly publishes expert articles. Her dissertation supervisors were Prof Dr Michael Lehman, Dipl.-Kfm., and Prof Dr jur. Rudolf Streinz at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich.
Stefanie Fuchs advises clients from media & entertainment as well as the IT services industry, and, in matters relating to data protection, clients from other sectors as well. She supports them during contract negotiations, prepares draft contracts, advises them in all matters relating to their external presentation, including the design of standard terms and conditions, privacy policies, advertising campaigns and special promotions, and represents them in out-of-court settlement negotiations, court, arbitration and in administrative proceedings.
Stefanie Fuchs studied law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, and passed her first state exam there in 2008. In 2010, she passed her second state exam, also in Munich. She was admitted to the bar in 2011.
Before joining Hambach & Hambach, Stefanie Fuchs, while working on her doctorate thesis, initially worked for the renowned commercial law firm McDermott Will & Emery, followed by three years with the international commercial law firm Gowling WLG (formerly Wragge & Co, then Wragge Lawrence Graham) in Munich. In 2016, she earned her doctorate degree (Dr jur.) from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität.