My focus lies in advising large healthcare and life sciences multinationals in matters of international and national patent litigation.
Based in our firm's Düsseldorf office, I have been part of the Intellectual Property team of Oliver Jan Jüngst since April 2021.
Debate, competition, technology, biology and commerce have been commanding much of my curiosity since a young age. I am fortunate to now be able to combine these interests in a career by serving our clients with legal advice in order to support them in their ongoing economic success in the market.
I previously worked for other large international law firms in the areas of arbitration, real estate and patent litigation. I also worked as a civil servant for the state of Baden-Württemberg, while teaching private and criminal law at the University of Heidelberg prior to joining our firm.
Currently, I contribute to the firm's innovative IP blog PatentHub through content creation and administrative support.
Finally, I also serve on the Board of Advisors of Pro Bono Heidelberg, a student-run charitable law clinic that I co-founded with a friend in 2013 and which has now become the largest of its kind in Germany by number of active members and part of the university's curriculum.