Thanos has worked as a lawyer for Taylor Wessing since 2011 and specialises in advising on IT law and media law. He has an excellent track record in dealing with the legal aspects of copyright, competition, publishing, youth protection law, as well as on IT contract law. His special focus is on issues of data protection legislation. He advises especially with a focus on health tech companies in the life sciences and healthcare sector.

As a result of his previous activities and various secondments in different industries, Thanos has in-depth knowledge of the processes and needs of international companies. In his consultancy at Taylor Wessing, Thanos provides project-oriented hands-on counseling for Start-ups as well as for medium-sized businesses in national and international matters. Since 2015 Thanos is lecturer at the Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Technik (University of Applied Sciences) Berlin. He publishes regularly on a number of technology-oriented topics and regularly lectures on matters of the healthcare sector. Thanos is a specialist lawyer for information technology law as well as a certified Data Protection Officer (TÜV).

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A European Health Data Space – EU Commission publishes draft Regulation

26 July 2022
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by Thanos Rammos, LL.M. and Dr. Tim Jonathan Schwarz

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Taylor Wessing advises Balderton Capital on €50 million Series B financing round in Avi Medical

22 April 2022

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Cookies under attack – New decisions by European data protection authorities on online advertising

11 February 2022
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by Nathalie Koch, LL.M. (UC Hastings) and Thanos Rammos, LL.M.

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Cookies, TTDSG and ePrivacy Regulation: What can we expect in 2022 in terms of data protection in the online sector?

The ePrivacy Regulation is to newly regulate data protection in the online context - uncertainties remain.

8 February 2022
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by Thanos Rammos, LL.M.

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