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Christian Stoll focuses on patent and trademark law, technology transfer and licensing law. His work includes representing clients in IP infringement proceedings concerning patents, know-how, trademarks and designs as well as in licensing matters before all German courts, the German Patent Office, the European Patent Office and the Federal Patent Court.
He frequently advises on and negotiates IP license agreements, research and development agreements, IP contracts in connection with commercial transactions, technology transfer agreements and co-operation agreements. His practice also includes legal and IP strategic advice relative to the development and market introduction of new products, including freedom-to-operate analyses and the acquisition and structuring of the necessary licenses.
Christian advises and represents, inter alia, multiple international companies in the fields of telecommunications, engineering, semiconductors, and medical devices in patent infringement disputes and licensing matters. Christian is Managing Partner of the Hamburg office. He teaches patent law and licensing law at the Bucerius Law School, Hamburg.
- LL.M., University of Notre Dame, 2001
- First State Exam in Law, University of Hamburg, 1998