Dr. Viktoria Lehner, LL.M.

  • Lawyer
  • Specialist lawyer for IT law
  • Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E)
  • Lecturer in IT and data protection law and compliance

Personal assistant:

Ms Scholz
0201 - 842 94 - 67

E-Mail:

lehner@zuhorn.de

Languages:

English

CURRICULUM VITAE:

2009-2013
Law studies at the University of Passau
2014-2016
Legal clerkship at the Regional Court of Regensburg, legal clerk at a Big Four auditing firm in Düsseldorf
2016 – 2022
Lawyer with two international law firms in Düsseldorf in the technology, media and telecommunications and energy sectors
2017-2018
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Information Law at the University of Oldenburg
2018-2021
Studies in Business Informatics (Master of Science, M.Sc.) at the University of Duisburg-Essen with a focus on digital transformation, cyber security and compliance
2019
Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E), International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), USA
2019
Specialist lawyer for information technology law
2020
Doctorate at the Technical University of Dresden in data protection law

MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Association for Informatics (GI), Section Business Informatics
  • German Association for Law and Informatics (DGRI)
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), USA
  • Friends of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf

MAIN AREAS:

  • Data protection law / compliance
  • IT law
  • Telecommunications law
  • Energy law

ACTIVITIES:

  • Lecturer for data protection law and cloud services as part of the certification as Data Privacy Professional Microsoft 365 (DPPM) in the Executive Education programme at the BSP Business & Law School Berlin
  • Lecturer for IT and media law and compliance at the FOM University of Applied Sciences

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Commentary on §§ 55, 56, 57, 58 and §§ 63, 64 of the Smart Metering Act (MsbG) and an appendix "Digital Transformation in the Energy Sector" to § 54 MsbG, in: Säcker/Zwanziger (eds.), Berliner Kommentar zum Energierecht, Volume 6, Smart Metering Act, 5th revised and expanded edition, Frankfurt am Main 2022.
  • Immaterial damages under Art. 82 GDPR: Claim assignable, but damage hardly substantiable?, in: Datenschutz-Berater 2022, pp. 25-27
  • Interdisciplinarity of business informatics and law - an agile evergreen approach to the legally compliant design of integrated and process-oriented information systems, in: Taeger, Im Fokus der Rechtsentwicklung - Die Digitalisierung der Welt, DSRITB 2021, p. 627 et seq.
  • Right to a copy pursuant to Art. 15 of the GDPR regarding the tax office's submission report, in: Betriebs-Berater 2021, pp. 2917-2918
  • Possibility to inspect exam papers does not replace a free copy under Art. 15(3) GDPR, in: Datenschutz-Berater 2021, pp. 274-276
  • Member States' room for manoeuvre according to Art. 6 (2), (3) and Art. 23 GDPR using the example of the data subject's right to information - suum cuique or singularia non sunt extendenda?, in: Taeger, Den Wandel begleiten - IT-rechtliche Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung, DSRITB 2020, p. 319 et seq.
  • Regulation of data communication in smart energy networks; telecommunications and data protection implications of the smart meter rollout, in: Taeger (ed.), Die Macht der Daten und der Algorithmen - Regulierung von IT, IoT und AI, DSRITB 2019, p. 731 et seq.