Dr. Johannes Döveling is an associate at Baker McKenzie’s Frankfurt office and a member of the Information Technology Practice Group.
Johannes studied law at the University of Bayreuth and the University of Cape Town. He clerked in Nuremberg, Dusseldorf and Nairobi.
Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Johannes gained international legal experience as a leader of an academic research project focusing on regional economic integration in Africa.
Representative Legal Matters
Advising an international telecommunications company on their market entry in 13 European countries including regulatory advice
Regulation of fees in the telecommunications sector: advising a telecommunications company in Germany, including related litigation
European net neutrality rules: advising a telecommunications company on the admissibility of traffic management measures
Advising telecommunication operators on frequency-related matters
Professional Associations and Memberships
- African Law Association – Gesellschaft für afrikanisches Recht e. V. - Member
- Germany (2019)
- University of Bayreuth (Dr. jur.) (2018)
- Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg (Assessor Exam) (2012)
- University of Cape Town (LL.M.) (2010)
- University of Bayreuth (Referendar Exam) (2010)
Co-author (with Janet Butler, Caroline Heinickel, Nicolas Kredel, Holger Lutz, Jens Rubart, Joachim Scherer, Matthias Scholz), "TKG - Telekommunikationsgesetz Kommentar," 3rd edition 2021, ESV Medien, 10.11.2020
Editor, ”Harmonisation of Laws in the East African Community,” LawAfrica 2018
Editor, “Regional Integration and Law: East African and European Perspectives,” Dar es Salaam University Press 2014