Matthias Scholz has been re-elected Managing Partner for Baker McKenzie Germany and Austria for an additional three-year term.
According to Baker McKenzie, “Matthias Scholz advises international companies across all industries on all questions of IT law and data protection. He has been a partner since 1997 and led the German/Austrian IT practice group for many years. Matthias also headed the European Information Technology & Communication practice group for more than ten years.”
Scholz is a graduate of the Universite de Reims Champagne-Ardenne and the University of Freiburg, and he holds an LL.M. from the Tulane University Law School.
"I am very honored by the trust that the partnership has placed in me by re-electing me," commented Scholz. "Over the past three years, we have achieved a great deal in terms of implementing the firm's global strategy. We have further strengthened the integration of our lawyers into the international network and can now manage regional and global teams from Germany and Austria even better. We also continued to push ahead with our innovative projects in the areas of digitization and legal tech as well as the expansion of our support centers. The firm is well-positioned to react flexibly to the requirements of the market and our clients and to successfully overcome challenges such as the current COVID crisis.