Stephan Wiedorfer was born in Munich. He studied law in Munich, and during his legal clerkship he worked with one of the world’s major media enterprises in New York for six months. Since 1996 he has been admitted as a lawyer and he founded his first law office in 1999. The focus of his activity lies on consulting in the field of computer and internet law including the procedural assertion of corresponding claims. Further fields of activity are trademark, copyright and competition laws.
Stephan Wiedorfer has been a specialized lawyer for industrial property protection since 4 February 2008. He is a member of the Deutsche Vereinigung für gewerblichen Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht e.V. (GRUR) [German association for industrial property protection and copyright law], Deutsche Gesellschaft für Recht und Informatik e.V. (DGRI) [German association for law and informatics], Arbeitsgemeinschaft Informationstechnologie im Deutschen Anwaltverein (DAV-IT) [working committee information technology in the German Lawyers‘ Association], and Arbeitsgemeinschaft Geistiges Eigentum & Medien im DAV (AGEM) [working committee intellectual property and media in the German Lawyers‘ Association].