Licensed since 2010, joined Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein in 2015
Lawyer specialising in trademark law and competition law, copyright law, sports law as well as food law, cosmetics law and chemicals law. Extensive experience in litigation, in particular in obtaining interim injunctions in trademark and competition matters. Representation in official approval and complaint proceedings for foodstuffs and cosmetics.
Professional experience: Lawyer in civil law and energy law (2010-2011)
Legal traineeship in New York, Frankfurt and at the German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer
Doctorate at the Ruprecht Karls-University Heidelberg LL.M.
Languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Romanian
DFL (German Football League) – Deutsche Fußball Liga GmbH, Bundesliga International GmbH – Comprehensive advice and successful judicial and extra-judicial proceedings against German and foreign games providers, merchandising companies and domain holders on account of trademark and competition infringements and the right of free speech
Draft of a marketing concept and of fundamental agreements between the licensed players of the Bundesliga and 2nd Bundesliga and the clubs regarding the transfer of group marketing rights
Werner & Mertz GmbH (manufacturer of the FROSCH brand) and tana-Chemie GmbH – Comprehensive advice and successful representation in competition law disputes as well as obtaining a large number of landmark decisions in proceedings concerning labelling obligations under the CLP Regulation and REACH Regulation
Representation of the world’s leading beverage manufacturers also before the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL); obtaining of several general rulings (permission for placing the products on the market in Germany)
International cosmetics manufacturer – Defence against numerous complaints of the authorities and the public prosecutor’s office regarding labelling and ingredient matters of cosmetic products
Manufacturer of sportswear – Successful representation in trademark matters before the European General Court (EGC)
BREXIT und die Folgen für das EU-Markenrecht
Dr. Tudor Vlah,
Dr. Tudor Vlah,
Ungemach auf der Insel - Der Brexit bleibt nicht ohne Folgen für Markeninhaber