Gerda Grauberg specialises in dispute resolution, being experienced both in negotiations between the parties and in representing clients in judicial and extrajudicial proceedings, including cross-border disputes. Gerda has also represented clients in arbitration matters, including proceedings for the recognition and enforcement of foreign decisions.
Gerda has extensive practical experience in advising clients on data protection issues. In addition to questions about the interpretation and implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Gerda has also assisted clients in the correct application of the EU Law Enforcement Directive. Gerda's experience in the field of data protection also includes representing clients in the proceedings of the Data Protection Inspectorate and in court.
In addition, Gerda has extensive knowledge of IT and competition law. Gerda's master's thesis reflected the specificities of data-driven platforms and the criteria for determining their dominance on the market. Gerda has also advised clients on implementing cybersecurity requirements.
Gerda won first place at the Estonian Law Moot Court Competition and successfully participated in the Telders International Law Moot Court Competition and in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition. Gerda has supplemented her education with an internship in New York.