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Gabor Fellner


Gabor Fellner
Gabor is an Associate in the Products Law practice at Hogan Lovells. His practice focuses on product regulation, compliance and international market entry issues, with a particular focus on innovative technology. He also advises clients on issues relating to product safety and consumer law, and product-related commercial issues, as well as dispute resolution.

Gabor's clients include technology companies putting innovative products on the market across different sectors, including consumer electronics, wearables, clothing and textiles, automotive, toys and connected tech. Gabor advises clients from product inception to launch and beyond, working on a daily basis with Hogan Lovells' international network and, where appropriate, specialised technical experts.

Representative experience

Advising a major technology company on the international launch of a wearable product in multiple countries worldwide

Providing practical advice on consumer law issues including warranties

Advising one of the world's largest telecommunications companies on product compliance, labelling, and supply chain issues arising from the new EU Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU

Assisting one of the world's foremost international sportswear manufacturers with product safety, compliance and marking/labelling issues. Gabor also advises on chemical safety and compliance

Coordinating an international corrective action for a multinational consumer product manufacturer following the identification of a safety issue

Assisting an Asian claimant company in a complex and high-value ICC arbitration seated in London concerning a technology-focused joint venture

Education and admissions


  • L.P.C., BPP Law School, Holborn, 2013
  • B.A. (Jurisprudence with Law Studies in Europe (France)), Oxford University, 2012

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • England
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