Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover

Nikolaus Forgó

Nikoulaus Forgo

Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Forgó studied law, philosophy and linguistics in Vienna and Paris. In 1997 he received his Dr. iur. (Dissertation in legal theory). From 1990 until 2000 he was an Assistant professor at the University of Vienna (Austria). Since 2000 he is a full Professor for Legal Informatics and IT-Law at the Leibniz Universität Hannover. Since 2007 he is also the co-deah of the Institute for Legal Informatics. His publications, research, teaching and consulting experience extends to IT-law, legal informatics, civil law, legal history and legal theory on national and international level. However, the main focus of his research are all aspects of data security issues.

Publications:

  • FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Vorschriften zur Vorratsdatenspeicherung verfassungswidrig: Nach der Entscheidung ist vor der Entscheidung, Anm. zu BVerfG, Urteil vom 2.3. 2010 - 1 BvR 256/08, 1 BvR 263/08, 1 BvR 586/08, K&R 2010, p. 217-219
  • FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Veröffentlichung von Fotos eines Hauses im Internet begründet keinen Unterlassungsanspruch des Eigentümers, Anm. zu LG Köln, Urteil vom 13.01.2010 - 28 O 578/09, GRUR-Prax 2010
  • FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Der Personenbezug von Geodaten - Cui bono, wenn alles bestimmbar ist?, MMR 2010, p. 17
  • ARNING, M., FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Data protection in grid-based multicentric clinical trials: killjoy or confidence-building measure?, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 2009, p. 2729-2739
  • FORGO, N., JLUSSI, D., KLÜGEL, C. & KRÜGEL, T., Die Umsetzung der Richtlinie zur Vorratsdatenspeicherung - Europa tut sich schwer, DuD 2008, p. 680 ? 682

 

Tina Krügel

Tina KrügelDr. Tina Krügel, LL.M. has studied law in Hanover and completed her legal clerkship in Hanover/Johannesburg (South Africa). In 2002 she attended the LL.M.-Programme European Legal Informatics Study Programme (EULISP) in Hanover/Oslo. In 2005 she got her Dr. iur. (e-commerce law). Since 2004 she is an attorney at law and works for the IRI as senior research associate with the main focus on German and European data protection law and e-commerce law. She has several publications in the field of data protection law.

Publications:

  • FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Veröffentlichung von Fotos eines Hauses im Internet begründet keinen Unterlassungsanspruch des Eigentümers, Anm. zu LG Köln, Urteil vom 13.01.2010 - 28 O 578/09, GRUR-Prax 2010
  • CORRALES, M., EGERMANN, E., FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Intellectual Property Rights in e-Health: balancing out the interest at stake? A Herculean task?, in Legal Discourse in Cyberlaw and Trade, Sylvia M.  Kierkegaard (ed.) 2009, pp. 307-321
  • FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Der Personenbezug von Geodaten - Cui bono, wenn alles bestimmbar ist?, MMR 2010, p. 17
  • ARNING, M., FORGO, N. & KRÜGEL, T., Data protection in grid-based multicentric clinical trials: killjoy or confidence-building measure?, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 2009, p. 2729-2739
  • ARNING, M., CLAERHOUT, B., FORGO, N., KRÜGEL, T. & de Moor, G., A Data Protection Framework for Transeuropean genetic research projects, in: De Clercq/De Moor/Bellon/Foulon/Van der Lei (Hrsg.): Collaborative Patient Centred eHealth, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics Volume 141, IOS Press: Amsterdam, Berlin, Oxford, Tokyo, Washington, DC 2008, S. 67-72

 

Christian Marcel Hawellek

Christian HawellekChristian Marcel Hawellek has studied law in Hannover. He is specializing on European economic law and German and European IP- and IT-law. Being a senior research associate at IRI, one principal focus of his field of work is data protection law, thus contributing to different projects examining legal requirements for data processing within complex environments of distributed services. Beyond this, fields of research have been computer related criminal law, such as developing best practice routines for IT-related security audits with special regards to recent developments in German criminal law respectively the European legal framework it is based on, as well as the impact of the European Directive on Payment Services and its recently coming into force domestic transposition on the given legal framework for online payment services in multiple player constellations.