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EXPERTISE FROM THE DIFFERENT IT AREAS
Differentiated areas of competence are the rule in the expert field. An IT expert can not prepare any kind of expert opinion. In order to achieve the best results for our clients, we rely on a team of internal and external IT specialists. All experts have their individual strengths.
The German Association for Data Protection is convinced that a single IT expert can not represent a general competency. That is why we cooperate with various IT experts. We bundle the individual competencies of various experts for our clients. We assign our expert orders to the most appropriate IT expert to obtain the best results.
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The expert is defined as a person who has above-average knowledge and experience in a particular subject area and who makes this particular expertise available to everyone in independent, personal and impartial manner. (1)
That is the way the IT experts of the German Association for Data Protection see themselves. They are independent consultants (2) and assistants (3) of a court or other customer. Our IT experts are characterized by objectivity and credibility, and by their special expertise in the field of information technology.
Klocke, The expert and his customers, 1995, P. 59 Point 2.3;Jessnitzer, The court expert, 1992, P. 1 para. 1 und P. 102 para. 172;Cors, Handbook of expert activity, 2006, P. 11.
Pieper, Expert in civil process, 1982, P. 39.
Pieper, ebd., P. 33 Nr. 1.3;Wellmann, The Expert in the practice, 1988, P. 37 para. 2.10;Klocke, a. a. O., P. 56 Nr. 2.2;Jessnitzer, a. a. O., P. 1 para. 2 und P. 5 para. 10;Müller, The expert in the court proceedings, 1988, P. 3 para. 3;Nicklisch, The expert in proceedings, 2005, P. 3 und P. 17;Weidhaas, The expert in the practice, 2004, para. 80 und para. 173;Bayerlein, Practice handbook expert law, 2008, P. 229 para. 7;Ulrich, The court expert, 2006, P. 5 para. 11 und P. 159.