Stefan Dittmer

I have thought about setting up a business quite often in my life. Eventually I became a lawyer, practicing in global firms for more than two decades—probably because I am even better at advising and guiding others pursuing their ideas. I grew during the “dotcom boom” of the late nineties, and although venture technology has had its ups and downs since then, I never stopped engaging in this area.

Following this inclination, I am in essence an intellectual property and litigation/arbitration lawyer, advising clients from various industries on the digitization of their business, and representing them in disputes before ordinary courts of law and arbitral tribunals in IP and commercial matters.