Sebastian advises national and international clients on all aspects of intellectual property protection, including unfair competition law and IP-related antitrust law issues.
Sebastian is an associate in our Intellectual Property Practice, based in Munich.
He advises both national and international clients on all aspects of Intellectual Property and know-how protection, including unfair competition law and IP-related antitrust law issues. The main focus of his work is the provision of legal advice in connection with national and international patent infringement litigation.
Sebastian was admitted to the bar in 2013. He studied law with a particular focus on intellectual property, unfair competition and antitrust law at the University of Halle-Wittenberg, where he earned a Master of Laws degree in International Economic Law (LL.M.oec.int.). He also holds a Magister Juris degree from St Catherine's College, the University of Oxford.
His experience is strengthened through his time as a senior researcher at the Transnational Economic Law Research Center at the University Halle-Wittenberg, where he wrote and spoke widely on international law issues, especially in relation to the protection of IP rights.
During his legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Sebastian worked for the German Federal Cartel Office and leading international law firms in Düsseldorf and Munich.
He is a member of the Association for Intellectual Property and Copyright Law (GRUR).
Sebastian is fluent in German and English.