Martin Junker

Associate, Berlin, Frankfurt



Martin Junker advises national and international companies on technology matters with a special focus on intellectual property (IP), information technology (IT) and data protection.

His practice focuses on guiding corporate clients, financial institutions and investors through the complexities of IP, IT and data protection issues inherent in corporate and business transactions, notably in M&A and PE projects.

He has experience with large-scale information technology and business process outsourcing arrangements, negotiating software license and development agreements and ensuring European and German data protection law compliance.

Prior to joining White & Case he worked as a research assistant at the Humboldt University of Berlin and in other international law firms.

Bars and Courts
Second State Exam
Higher Regional Court of Berlin
First State Exam
Humboldt University of Berlin


Advised EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW) on the sale of its second minority shareholding 24.95% in the transmission system operator TransnetBW GmbH (TransnetBW) to KfW.

Advised Pollen Street Capital (PSC) on its intended acquisition and combination of niiio finance group AG, fundsaccess AG, FundHero SA, FinTecc LLC and MiFID-Recorder GmbH, 2023.

Advising a climate tech company on its Series D equity financing with €215 million proceeds, 2022/2023.

Advised energy company E.ON SE on the establishment of a joint venture with Igneo Infrastructure Partners to accelerate expansion of high-speed broadband networks, 2022.

Advised a leading German bank on the identification and implementation of amended outsourcing requirements of the EBA and BaFin, 2022.

Advised a German neobank on a project to identify and implement changes in regulatory and data protection requirements (keyword: Schrems II) for outsourcing relationships in contractual and procedural terms, 2021/2022.

Advising a leading German financial services group on the IT separation of core business functions (including the negotiation of contracts with third party suppliers), since 2021.