Theresa focuses on transactional and commercial matters and is part of our international TMT practice.
She has experience leading and managing large scale projects especially in digital contexts taking into account the relevant business model, commercial drivers and underlying technology.
Theresa advises clients on transactional carve-out, intellectual property, and information technology matters as well as the negotiation of commercial arrangements including outsourcings. Her expertise also includes regularly advising clients on complex software-related contractual arrangements, the setup and operation of digital platforms and app stores as well as copyright and open source disputes.
Clients she regularly advises include private equity companies, large industrial companies, telecommunications, and healthcare businesses. In addition, Theresa is an experienced advisor of leading media and IT businesses on all operational, commercial and regulatory matters.
Theresa is a member of our cyber security group and industrial internet of things initiative.
Advising a leading industrial company on the set-up of a cloud-based, open industrial internet of things operating system designed for the digital transformation of companies.
Advising EQT on a number of transactions, including the acquisition of Bilfinger's building, facility management and real-estate division and the on-sale of the building division.
Advising Warburg Pincus on an investment in the Business Applications division of United Internet as well as advising Warburg Pincus and United Internet on the acquisition of Strato, the webhosting business of Deutsche Telekom.
Advising Marlin Equity Partners (Los Angeles) on the acquisition of the marketing applications business from US-based big data service provider Teradata.
Advising a leading US software development company in litigation regarding protection of software development with a focus on copyrights.
Advising Ströer on and following the acquisition of the T-Online portal business and shares in Interactive Media CCSP from Deutsche Telekom, as well as on a number of acquisitions related to online businesses.