TCI Rechtsanwälte is an association of independent law firms in Berlin, Mainz and Munich.
TCI Rechtsanwälte takes its name from its main areas of focus - Technology, Communications and Information. Specialist areas of consultancy include technology-related contract law and litigation, including arbitration, in IT and telecommunications law, public procurement and antitrust law, commercial, franchise and distribution law, labor law, copyright law and industrial property law.
TCI Rechtsanwälte are 14 attorneys with extensive long-standing specialist expertise and experience in practice, located in the three major German business centres of Munich, Rhine/Main and Berlin. Their members include specialist attorneys in information technology law, labor law and administrative law.
TCI Rechtsanwälte provides companies in Germany and abroad and the public sector with specialist consultancy services - also in English - with rapid turnaround times.
TCI Rechtsanwälte has the necessary capacity to supply efficient support for even the most complex consultancy projects, such as outsourcing or procurement transactions or the market entry of new companies.
TCI Rechtsanwaelte is a proud sponsor of the 2013 World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting set for three days in May, in Scottsdale, Arizona (USA). The conference is a comprehensive event with receptions, educational programs and networking opportunities scheduled from May 1st to the 3rd, 2013. The conference is held annually.
On 3 July 2012 the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘ECJ’) issued a judgment regarding the admissibility of dealing in ‘used’ software licenses in the case UsedSoft vs. Oracle. UsedSoft is a company that acquires ‘used’ software licenses from licensees and resells them to third parties. UsedSoft does, however, not provide a copy of the software to its customers. The customers rather have to obtain the software elsewhere, for example by downloading or copying.