Suche
Contact
18.02.2022 | Press releases

KPMG Law becomes a member of the Liquid Legal Institute

A classic win-win situation: KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (KPMG Law) becomes a new member of Liquid Legal Institute e.V. (LLI). Together, the two partners want to further advance and actively shape the digitalization of the legal market.

To achieve these goals, KPMG Law’s members include Philipp Glock, partner and location manager of the Leipzig office, and Kai Jacob, partner at the Frankfurt office, as well as 15 other firm members at LLI, who together with the other partners will take the next steps toward digitizing the legal market.

Philipp Glock: “As Head of IT & Innovation at KPMG Law, I am particularly pleased that we have joined a leading network for the innovative further development of law. Our strong expertise in the area of transformation and new technologies enables us to promote and actively shape the LLI’s goal even more than before. For example, KPMG Law is already contributing to the Innovation Management Framework project. I am very much looking forward to working together to achieve our common goals under the motto “Let’s design the future” with a like-minded partner like LLI.”

KPMG Law has been focusing on topics related to digitalization and innovation for years. In Legal Operations & Technology Services in particular, KPMG Law covers numerous topics relating to the transformation of the legal department and its digitalization. In the past, attorneys outside of their work at KPMG Law and the LLI already worked together successfully on various projects. This cooperation is to be deepened by the corporate membership.

Founded in 2018, LLI is a non-profit organization that develops the topics of digitalization and standardization of the legal market. The LLI sees itself as a neutral platform that addresses all stakeholder groups, be it corporate legal departments, law firms, administration, universities, start-ups, etc., stimulates an exchange and accompanies them on their way to digitalization.

Explore #more

19.06.2024 | PR Publications

Guest article in the Börsenzeitung: Tackling succession planning for family businesses early on

Experience shows that less is better than nothing – even individual measures can have a major impact. KPMG Law expert Mark Uwe Pawlytta knows which…

13.06.2024 | PR Publications

Commentary on the Whistleblower Protection Act (HinSchG) published with contributions from KPMG Law

After years of wrangling, the Bundestag and Bundesrat transposed the EU Whistleblowing Directive into national law in 2023: The Whistleblower Protection Act (HinSchG), which has…

13.06.2024 | Press releases

Handelsblatt and Best Lawyers honor KPMG Law Experts

Best Lawyers has once again identified the best commercial lawyers in Germany for 2024 exclusively for Handelsblatt. A total of 28 lawyers were honored by…

07.06.2024 | PR Publications

Article on FINANCE with KPMG Law Statement: Is the legal department the responsibility of the CFO?

The article from June 7, 2024 contains an article with a statement by KPMG Law expert Andreas Bong. Is the legal department the responsibility…

05.06.2024 | KPMG Law Insights

Ready for DORA? These contract amendments are necessary

As digitalization progresses, the risk of cyberattacks in the financial sector is also increasing. To protect market participants, the EU passed the Digital Operational Resilience…

30.05.2024 | PR Publications

Guest article on foundation law reform in Private Banking Magazine

On July 1, 2023, what is probably the biggest reform of foundation law in Germany since 1896 came into force – and after just under…

28.05.2024 | PR Publications

Publications in the ESGZ in May

KPMG Law experts Isabelle Knoché and Denise Spinnler-Weimann have published an article on “The second reform of the KSG” in the May issue of ESGZ.…

27.05.2024 | KPMG Law Insights

BImSchG amendment to speed up approval procedures

On 17.05.2024, the traffic light parliamentary groups agreed on the amendment to the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG). The law is intended to create faster…

27.05.2024 | KPMG Law Insights

Agreement on ecodesign regulation: products to become more sustainable

After lengthy negotiations, the Council and Parliament of the European Union reached a provisional agreement on the Ecodesign Regulation on the night of December 5,…

22.05.2024 | PR Publications

Guest article in WiWo: Why the lawsuit by the Swiss climate seniors must interest German companies

The European Court of Human Rights has upheld the action brought against Switzerland by the association Klimaseniorinnen: Switzerland must do more to protect the climate.…

Contact

Claudia Endter

Marketing Manager

Heidestraße 58
10557 Berlin

tel: +49 30 2068 1271
cendter@kpmg.com

© 2024 KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, associated with KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, a public limited company under German law and a member of the global KPMG organisation of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Limited, a Private English Company Limited by Guarantee. All rights reserved. For more details on the structure of KPMG’s global organisation, please visit https://home.kpmg/governance.

 KPMG International does not provide services to clients. No member firm is authorised to bind or contract KPMG International or any other member firm to any third party, just as KPMG International is not authorised to bind or contract any other member firm.

Scroll