Lawyer

ROLAND STEMPELMANN

Roland Stempelmann is active in the fields of information technology law and intellectual property rights. He advises medium-sized companies and large group companies on civil and commercial law issues as well as in and out of court disputes.

One focus of his work is on legal advice in IT and outsourcing projects. He also advises clients in all matters of data protection law, copyright law and competition law.

Curriculum Vitae

Roland Stempelmann studied law at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. In addition to his focus on legal drafting and dispute resolution, he successfully completed additional trainings in "Information-, Telecommunication and Media Law" and "Industrial Property Rights" at the ITM of the University of Münster. At the end of his studies, he worked as a research assistant at the major international law firm Luther in Essen in the IP/IT service line. There he also completed one stage of his legal traineeship. Further stations of his legal traineeship included the legal department of the University of Duisburg-Essen and the legal department of the thyssenkrupp Elevator AG.

After having passed the second state examination he started working as a lawyer at Kümmerlein Rechtsanwälte & Notare in 2020.

Roland Stempelmann speaks German and English.

Latest Articles

IP and Competition Law
Der BGH hat in drei Grundsatzentscheidungen neue Leitlinien zum Thema Influencer-Marketing aufgestellt. Seit Jahren wird über die Frage gestritten, ob und in welchem Umfang Instagram-Posts als kennzeichnungspflichtige Werbung zu qualifizieren sind.…
Data Protection
Der BGH entschied zuletzt über die Reichweite des datenschutzrechtlichen Auskunfts- und Kopieranspruchs nach Art. 15 DSGVO (Urt. v. 15.06.2021 – VI ZR 576/19). Das Gericht geht – anders als die Vorinstanzen – von einem weiten Umfang des Anspruchs…
IP and Competition Law
Das OLG Köln hat in einer jüngeren Entscheidung restriktive Maßstäbe in Sachen Influencer-Marketing gesetzt. Das Gericht entschied dabei nicht nur, dass das redaktionelle Trennungsgebot auch im Social-Media-Auftritten streng zu beachten ist und die…