Kather Augenstein successful at Young EPLAW Mock Trial

On Sunday, 18 April 2021, the European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW) hosted the annual Young EPLAW Mock Trial, a competition for young patent litigators from all over Europe. In the Mock Trial, 18 competitors showed their advocacy skills in a case surrounding a new mechanical fixing technology. The jury consisted of experienced patent litigators from France, Germany, Belgium, Austria and the United Kingdom.

Three winners were selected, amongst which is Kather Augenstein’s associate Benjamin Rätz. We would like to congratulate Benjamin and the other two winners Jonathan Santman of Brinkhof and Laura Traest of Altius.

Kather Augenstein successful at Young EPLAW Mock Trial

21.04.2021|Comments Off on Kather Augenstein successful at Young EPLAW Mock Trial

Kather Augenstein successful at Young EPLAW Mock Trial On Sunday, 18 April 2021, the European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW) hosted the annual Young EPLAW Mock Trial, a competition for young patent [...]

Flying Jurisdiction after the UWG Reform

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Flying Jurisdiction after the UWG Reform In its decision of 16 February 2021, the Higher Regional Court of Dusseldorf (ref.: 20 W 11/21) stated in an obiter dictum when the exception [...]

Strong performance: as last year, “THE LEGAL 500” ranks Kather Augenstein in the second highest category in the field of “patent prosecution”

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So it does work – or why the Federal Supreme Court can explicitly order the Corona Recovery Fund not to be signed into law

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