Guido Hettinger has been working as an independent lawyer since 1997. He is a founding partner of Brehm & v. Moers and member of the practice groups: Media, Entertainment & Advertising, and Commercial Property Rights & IT. After graduation, Mr. Hettinger was first engaged by a law firm in the City of London, before joining the law firm of Schwarzberg Brehm Wilde in 1997 - which in 2000 merged into today’s Brehm & v. Moers.
Guido Hettinger represents clients both at home and abroad in matters relating to copyright, information technology, competition and commercial law, both in and out of court. A key focus of Mr. Hettinger’s work consists in project-related consulting and contractual drafting and negotiation for film and TV producers, advertising and promotion agencies or advertising companies, in matters of rights clearance, project financing and marketing. Moreover, he created and developed the standard set of agreements relating to extending and securing loans for a German film subsidy institute and advises a further foreign film promotion institution on concluding contracts with German funding recipients.
Apart from managing individual projects, Mr. Hettinger acts as permanent consultant for a number of clients (external legal department) and legal counsels. The opportunity of involving colleagues from other disciplines extends his representation onto all medium-sized business legal issues, ensuring prompt and individual client representation from a single source.
Guido Hettinger holds regular lectures and seminars on current legal issues surrounding copyright, media, competition and multi-media law. He is also a member of the Vereinigung der Hessischen Filmwirtschaft e.V. (Film Industry Association of the State of Hessen), Filmhaus Frankfurt e.V., the Frankfurt Society for Künstlerhilfe e.V., as well as a member of gamearea-FRM e.V.