Dr. Philipp Behrendt, LL.M. (UNSW)


Dr. Philipp Behrendt, LL.M. (UNSW)

Philipp Behrendt heads up the German Disputes & Investigations Group of Taylor Wessing and is joint head of the international group. He conducts complex proceedings before state courts in Germany and national and international arbitration tribunals. In addition, he advises clients on international litigation, primarily in the USA. A focus of his practice is product liability and product safety law, in which he advises on the marketability of products, recalls, defence against claims and all other related aspects. 

Philipp is a member of the invitation-only IADC and of DRI, for which he served as Chair of the International Committee and now serves as Country Chair for Germany.

Show full CV Hide full CV

Latest news & insights

Interface - Open Source Software

OSS and liability – in light of the new Product Liability Directive

Philipp Behrendt and Katie Chandler look at the implications for liability in relation to Open Source Software under the proposed new Product Liability Directive, and at the position in the UK.

3 October 2023

by Dr. Philipp Behrendt, LL.M. (UNSW) and Katie Chandler

3 of 4 Insights

Click here to find out more
Reshaping the EU
Product liability & product safety

What next for online marketplaces? Product safety and liability reforms in the UK and the EU

7 September 2023

by multiple authors

Click here to find out more
Artificial intelligence

The autopilot’s fault? Who is liable when AI fails? | Tech Me Up! Session #3

Tech Me Up! Session #3

23 August 2023

by multiple authors

Click here to find out more
Interface - AI – are we getting the balance between regulation and innovation right?

AI product liability – moving ahead with a modernised legal regime

Katie Chandler, Philipp Behrendt and Christopher Bakier look at the EU's proposals to legislate for liability risks in AI products.

9 May 2023

by multiple authors

4 of 6 Insights

Click here to find out more

Related people

Meet me at

There are no upcoming events