May the right of use be with you
After studying at the University of Osnabrück, the Università degli Studi di Firenze and Stockholm Universitet, and a legal clerkship in Berlin and Neuruppin, Philipp Schröder-Ringe qualified as a lawyer in 2008. At the same time he earned a Master’s degree in Law and IT in Stockholm in 2010. Since 2012 he has been a partner at HÄRTING Rechtsanwälte, working in the areas of copyright, IT and data protection law. Since 2020, the focus has been on event law, data protection and procedural law. The father of two children is passionate about going to concerts, festivals and football matches. When time allows, he plays football himself, goes running or snowboarding in the mountains.
In its judgement, the Higher Regional Court of Schleswig ruled that the operator of an online shop must ensure that a clickable link to the so-called ODR platform, the internet platform for online dispute resolution, is set up and that its functionality is monitored. The court considered a one-month monitoring cycle to be sufficient. If the functionality is not checked at least once a month, there is a culpable violation of the cease-and-desist declaration.
As part of the Clubcommission's Free Open Air Workshop, Philipp Schröder-Ringe and Tjade Elix will give a lecture on the legal basis of open air events.
The Arnsberg Regional Court (Case No. I-3 S 103/20) ruled at the hearing on 8 December 2021 that the underage plaintiffs were not entitled to monetary compensation because photos from a joint holiday were available in a public folder on Facebook for many years.