Dr. Daniel Tietjen
Daniel Tietjen focuses on intellectual property work, namely unfair competition law, trademark law and focuses on litigation and legal advice to national and international companies in all areas of unfair competition law and trademark law. This includes advice on domain names and company names as well as the international enforcement of these rights. Daniel studied law at the University of Hamburg and at the University of Leuven (Belgium). After his first state exam in law, he wrote a dissertation with a focus on European law (liability of EU member states).
During his post-graduate training, he has been working, among other things, for the German Embassy in The Hague, for an international law firm in Hamburg and for the legal department of an international shipping company in Hamburg. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells in 2012, Daniel worked at the Hamburg office of the Centre for Protection against Unfair Competition (Wettbewerbszentrale). Daniel is a member of the German Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright (GRUR).