Fields of Law

Our lawyers and patent attorneys are specialized in the following legal areas. For further information on individual legal areas please click on the picture.

Banking Law and Capital Market Law

Wrong investment strategies destroy your capital. Through a strategic process management we are able to recover the lost capital for our clients.

Patent Law

A patent protects technical inventions as intellectual property. These may be products or processes. This is not just about granting a patent for your own invention, but also about the following protection against patent infringements by third parties.

Insolvency Law

We advise creditors and debtors in insolvency proceedings against claims of the insolvency mass. We assist creditors in enforcing their claims in insolvency proceedings.

Trademark Law

All signs which are suitable to distinguish the goods and services of a company from those of other companies can be protected as a trademark. Trademarks may consist of words, letters, numbers, figures, 3D objects or acoustic signals. Depending on this one speaks of word marks, figurative marks, 3D marks, color marks or sound marks.

Commercial Law and Corporate Law

We represent clients in commercial and corporate law, as well as in civil liability.

Design Law

Since functional differences between products have become rarer and life cycles shorter, the presentation of a product is often the only perceptible distinguishing feature. Bind your customers by an attractive shape and color scheme. Design rights protect this design e.g. for clothing or furniture. Also, parts of products can be protected as design, e.g. The sole of a sports shoe or the cap of a writing instrument.

Employee Invention Law

If employees make inventions, the rights and obligations of employees and employers are regulated by the Act on employees inventions (ArbEG). In principle, such inventions belong to the employer. The employee has to report the invention in writing, and the employer has to file it as a patent application, if he does not release it. In compensation, the employee is entitled to reasonable remuneration
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