Attorneys at Law

Advice and litigation in matters of unfair competition, trademark, design, domain names, as well as licensing and distribution.

Pascal Böhner’s professional activity focuses on trademarks and unfair competition as well as domain name matters. In these fields he is involved in judicial and extrajudicial enforcement and defense of the intellectual property rights of a number of the firm’s clients, in particular concerning the fashion, entertainment and sports equipment sectors. An important part of his work is related to domain name issues where Pascal does not only advice regarding domain name management but also as to the “new” domain name extensions (so-called newTLDs) and represents the firm’s clients in Alternative Dispute Resolution Proceedings with WIPO. Further aspects of his practice include advice in licensing and distribution agreements, in particular on antitrust and compliance issues.

 

 

Career

1998

Legal Internship at the law firm Maître Olivier Gast, Paris

2003–2005

Trainee at the law firm of Reinhard Böhner, Munich

2008

Attorney-at-Law with Lovells, practice stream Intellectual Property, Media, Technology, Munich

2009–2013

Attorney-at-Law with BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich

2013–2014

Attorney-at-Law with  KLAKA , Munich

Since 2014

Attorney-at-Law with BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich

Education

1999–2005

Studied Law at the Universities of Augsburg and Munich

2005

Research assistant at the Chair of European and International Law of Economics, University of Munich

2005

First State Examination in Munich

2008

Second State Examination (Bar Examination) in Munich

2008

Admitted as Attorney-at-Law in Munich

2011

Certified as a specialist IP lawyer by the Munich Bar Council

Languages

German, English, French, Italian

Pascal Böhner regularly speaks on trademark and unfair competition topics as well as new developments in the laws on domain names. Pascal is member of the Internet Committee of INTA (International Trademark Association) and also National Representative of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA).

 

Memberships:

AIJA (Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats): National Representative

INTA (International Trademark Association): Internet Committee

ECTA (European Communities Trade Mark Association): Geographical Indications Committee

GRUR (German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property)

DIJV (German-Italian Bar Association)

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