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Christian Fühner, LL.M.


Christian Fühner, LL.M.

Christian Fuehner is an associate in our Hamburg office and focuses on intellectual property litigation. He has extensive experience in trademark litigation before the German courts, the European Court of Justice and various European Trademark Offices as well as in out-of-court negotiations. He particularly focuses on color trademarks.

Christian studied law at the University of Münster and at Wake Forest University School of Law. During his legal traineeship he has been working, inter alia, for the German Parliament and for a major American law firm in Washington, D.C.

Christian is a member of the German Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright (GRUR) and the German American Lawyer's Association (DAJV).

Representative Experience

Advice on global branding strategy and trademark enforcement of color marks for Europe's biggest telecommunication company.

Advice on Europe-wide dispute on trademarks and generic terms in the spirits sector.

Representation of one of Europe's biggest banks in a complex of disputes in relation to a color mark (inter alia before the European Court of Justice, the German Federal Supreme Court and the German Federal Patent Court).

Education and admissions


  • Second State Exam in Law, Superior Court of Justice Berlin, 2012
  • LL.M., Wake Forest University, 2010
  • First State Exam in Law, University of Münster, 2009


  • German American Lawyer's Association
  • German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property
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