Marc Schuba primarily advises companies in the areas of information technology (IT), intellectual property (IP), copyright law and contract law. He has extensive expertise in computer, software and internet law.
His practice focuses on designing and revising contracts, preparing legal opinions and assisting clients in contract negotiations. Marc Schuba advises on all questions arising under license and copyright law in both national and international transactions. He has comprehensive technical background knowledge gained from working as a software developer before he joined White & Case.
Marc Schuba further focuses on press and media law. He advises clients on all legal aspects in disputes related to the freedom of expressing opinions aimed at obtaining or defending against an undertaking or injunction restraining further statements or permitting a counterstatement or requiring a retraction of a statement including payment of cash compensation.
After having joined White & Case, Marc Schuba worked at the Silicon Valley office of White & Case, where he was able to gain significant experience in US software patent law.
UsedSoft decision of ECJ – Not all issues around the re-marketing of used licenses are exhausted, IT und Internet – mit Recht gestalten. Ed. Jürgen Taeger. Oldenburg (UsedSoft-Urteil des EuGH – Nicht alle Fragen zum Handel mit Gebrauchtlizenzen sind "erschöpft"), 2012, (co-author with Thomas Feiler)