Our clients expect spot-on advice on their vital IP issues. From prior rights clearances to licensing, regulatory compliance and transactions, project management and complex litigation, we provide in-depth analysis and goal-driven solutions.
Creative, fast-moving and constantly changing. We pursue tailor-made international IP protection strategies to combat the dilution of well-known fashion marks from day one.
Dominated by only a few brands? Think again. Sportswear is a truly global business that sets spectacular new trends every season. We stay on top of them.
Can you copyright a fragrance? Are look-alike perfumes actually legal? And what about exclusive distribution systems? We have the answers.
Trademarks are crucial assets in the consumer goods sector. A successful consumer brand guarantees for quality and communicates a sense of lifestyle to the consumer.
A solid IP portfolio and bulletproof licensing agreements are key to succeed in the business of professional sports. We come on as defensive tackle, quarterback or center forward, whatever the game plan requires.
What is a medical device in the first place? We have litigated over this issue for market leading clients and provide ongoing advice in this highly regulated industry.
Copyright, consumer protection and data privacy laws are hot topics for social media service providers. Connect with us to find out more.
Seeking to defend your product design against look-alikes? Want to protect the packaging as a 3D trademark? Need advice on new advertising campaigns? Our lawyers have long standing experience in counseling the key players.
Beyond copyright and trademark law, manufacturers and distributors of software must comply with distinct legal and organizational obligations. Are you aware of the opportunities and limitations in Germany?
“Ready for the global digital landscape? Information technology brings fresh business opportunities at a rapid speed. Our tech-savvy lawyers provide up-to-date legal advice on the emerging issues.
Advertising restrictions, parallel imports, re-packaging, and the pitfalls of suggestive marks. The pharmaceuticals sector faces some distinct IP challenges. We provide the answers.
Fast movers. We are up to speed when it comes to enforcing well-known marks, classic designs and copyrights, distribution agreements and licensing contracts.
boesling IP is about intellectual property. German-based but with an international focus, the firm is dedicated to assisting large and mid-cap companies in enforcing their intellectual property rights and advising on IP, IT and data protection.
We aim to match the levels of expertise and service quality of the leading international firms while offering the flexibility and drive of a specialized boutique. We love what we do and feel inspired by the industries we serve.
The scope of our work covers all aspects of trademark, design, unfair competition law and copyright as well as IT, data protection and cyber security. We represent plaintiffs and defendants in infringement litigation, oppositions and cancellation actions, and provide advice on anti-counterfeiting strategies and know-how-protection. Our lawyers also provide counsel on complex projects and transactions, advertising campaigns, licensing agreements, as well as data protection compliance and cyber security issues.
WTR1000 and The Legal500 rank boesling IP as one of the leading trademark law firms in Germany.
Thies has a track-record of litigating numerous high-profile intellectual property and unfair competition cases before the German courts, the General Court of the EU and the European Court of Justice. His experience covers all aspects of enforcing intellectual property rights (including well-known trademarks) in national and cross-border litigation, developing and implementing strategies against counterfeiting and parallel imports, managing private investigations against intellectual property infringement, intellectual property portfolio management (including trademark clearance, filing, opposition and cancellation proceedings) as well as drafting and negotiating IP licensing and transfer agreements.
Inga has longstanding experience as an IP lawyer, in particular from working many years in one of Germany’s leading IP practices. Her experience covers all aspects of trademark, design, copyright and unfair competition law, in particular national and cross-border litigation, developing and implementing worldwide trademark and design protection strategies, portfolio management (including trademark clearance, filing, opposition and cancellation proceedings) as well as the negotiation of all kinds of contracts related to IP rights, such as IP licensing and transfer agreements.