Competition and Trademark Law
In competition, quick action is required in order to defend oneself effectively against anti-competitive behavior by a competitor. Otherwise, as an entrepreneur, you are faced with a fait accompli. Without legal support, companies often get "stuck" on their own because a competitor will only react to legal letters or going to court is unavoidable in order to put pressure on the opponent. However, there are many pitfalls to be aware of, especially in interim legal protection proceedings.
Conversely, as an alleged infringer, one is typically exposed to warnings written by a lawyer. Only those who use the same weapon here will often be able to defend themselves effectively against an attack.
We support you in matters of competition law, for example:
- Paid warning along with a declaration of discontinuance (attack/defense)
- Restraining order (attack/defense)
- Trademark infringement (attack/defense)
- Protection of company name
- Removal of Internet entries and ratings that violate trademark or company law
- "meta tags"
- Drafting and reviewing license agreements
- Drafting and reviewing demarcation agreements
- Trademark Registration