Stefan G. Kramer
Specialist lawyer for IT law
Specialist lawyer for industrial property rights
Foreign languages: English business fluent
Industrial property protection
Lectures / Trainings
Stefan Kramer has been a nationwide speaker on IT law topics for 20 years, and his specialized seminars on contract law for IT companies and the topic of cloud have now been supplemented by interactive webinars. There is an offer for webinars with the following focal points:
General contract law for IT companies
Content / structure of a contract, offer and acceptance, general terms and conditions, individual agreement, liability, performance description, NDA, know-how protection, possibility of limitation of liability and "software licensing law".
Project Contracts I
Software creation and customization, project contracts, work contracts, Agile (Hybrid) contracts.
Project contracts II
Service contracts, support contracts, employee leasing (AÜG), bogus self-employment, GU subcontracts, collaboration.
Leasing, sales and software maintenance contracts, purchasing T&C, partner contracts, SLA, support contracts.
General regulations for the cloud, SaaS, hosting, managed services, hosted cloud, SLA, creation of service certificates.
Stefan G. Kramer is a partner in the law firm Kramer & Partner Rechtsanwälte. He has been admitted to the bar since 1996 and has specialized in the field of IT law since 1998. Stefan Kramer is a specialist attorney for IT law and a specialist attorney for intellectual property law, which includes software licensing law. His focus is on drafting standard and individual contracts for the software and hardware industry, providing contractual advice and conducting contentious proceedings. In doing so, he assists numerous medium-sized and larger companies in contractual matters on a national and international level.
Lawyer Stefan Kramer also advises and accompanies his clients on the subject of the GDPR with, among other things, training and lectures on the structure and measures of the GDPR. Mr. Kramer is also active as a data protection officer.