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Matthias Berger

Intellectual Property Law Partner at Fieldfisher with focus on clients from the US and Canada

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  • Nov 20, 2014

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  • Hamburg, Germany

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  • Germany

    BAR ADMISSIONS

  • English, German

    Languages

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About

Specialization and extensive practice in Intellectual Property Law

Advising German, US and other foreign clients in all aspects of trademark law (national trademarks, Community trademarks, international trademarks (Madrid Protocol / Agreement)

Litigating trademark and unfair competition matters before the Federal Patent Court (Bundespatentgericht), District Courts (Landgericht) and Upper District Courts (Oberlandesgericht) as well as European Court of Justice (ECJ)

Drafting and Negotiating of legal documents, license agreements etc. in trademark, unfair competition, design protection and copyright matters in English and German

Work history

Fieldfisher, Hamburg, Germany (2012 - )
World Intellectual Property Organization, Geneva, Switzerland (2009 - )
Harmsen Utescher, Hamburg, Germany (2003 - 2012)
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, Frankfurt, Germany (2002 - 2003)

Education and qualifications

Golden Gate University, San Francisco (LL.M. in US Legal Studies with specilization in IP law; with honors; 2001 - 2002)

Federal State of Lower Saxony, Celle (2nd State Examination = German bar exam; 1999 -2001)

University of Leipzig, School of Law (1st State Examination = J.D. equivalent; 1994 - 1999)

Publications

Hasselblatt (Ed.), Community Trade Mark Regulation, Legal Commentary, C.H. Beck / Hart Publishing / Nomos 2015; co-author
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