Anna Giedke specializes in patent infringement proceedings, including associated antitrust and contractual matters. When advising clients on contracts and agreements, Anna focusses on FRAND negotiations, R & D, and technology transfer agreements as well as on relevant (EU) antitrust law.
Anna represents leading international companies in mostly multi-national cases featuring parallel proceedings in the U.S., Asia, or the European Union.
Her technological focus is multi-facetted, spanning not only semiconductor technology, consumer electronics, telecommunications, IT, and computer technology but also the automotive industry, medical engineering, and life sciences.
One of Anna’s strengths is answering complex technological and procedural questions. This will be particularly effective when advising on the many new possibilities of procedural tactics and patent strategy which are opening up before the UPC.
Attorney-at-Law (Rechtsanwältin), Partner*
Languages: German, English, French
+49 89 9 28 05-0
As a patent litigator and IP contract consultant I like the interplay between law and science and the versatility of my job: You can be tough in court - when necessary -, or passionate when developing arguments, clear and concise when giving advice and creative in finding tailor-made solutions for your clients.
IT law commentary, chapter on Rom I and II (Regulations (EC) No 593/2008 and No 864/2007), 1st Edition 2020, Otto Schmidt Verlag
Münchener Kommentar zum Wettbewerbsrecht, Band 1, Kapitel zur FuE-GVO (VO (EU) 1217/2010), 3. Auflage 2020 [Münchener Kommentar on Competition Law, Volume 1, chapter on R&D-BER (Regulation (EU) 1217/2010), 3rd Edition 2020, C.H. Beck]
Herbert Utz Verlag, 2013, Cloud Computing: Eine wirtschaftsrechtliche Analyse mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Urheberrechts [Cloud Computing: A legal economic analysis with a particular consideration of copyright law]
CR 2013, 681 ff., Urheberrechtliche Fragen des Cloud Computings [German legal journal "computer and law": Copyright issues of Cloud Computing]
CR 2013, 608 ff., Cloud Computing – technische Hintergründe für die territorial gebundene rechtliche Analyse [German legal journal "computer and law": Cloud Computing – technical background for the legal analysis based on the principle of territoriality]
C.H. Beck Hart Nomos, 2017, Chrocziel/Kasolowsky/Whitener/Prinz zu Waldeck und Pyrmont, International Arbitration of Intellectual Property Disputes – A practitioner's Guide
Partner of the firm
Attorney-at-Law at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG in Munich, Germany
Principal Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Munich, Germany, IP-DR
Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Munich, Germany, IP-DR and IP/IT
Licensed to practice as an attorney-at-law
Ph.D. (Dr. iur) in Law (summa cum laude; faculty price) at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich, Germany (thesis: “Cloud Computing – a legal economic analysis with a particular consideration of copyright law”)
Ph.D. Scholarship holder at Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich, Germany
Second State Law Examination (bar admission exam)
First State Law Examination (degree-level qualification)
Studies of law in Passau, Germany, and at King’s College, London, UK
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