Degree in Law from the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg;
Complementary studies in European Law at the Julius-Maximilians-Universiät Würzburg;
Legal clerkship in Schweinfurt, Würzburg and Bonn;
Training as a Business Mediator (MuCDR);
Master's degree in European Law at the University of Würzburg
Andreas Kabisch advises and represents clients primarily in the field of patent law, with a special focus on patent infringement and inspection proceedings. His clients include nationally as well as internationally operating companies, in particular in the fields of telecommunications infrastructure, medical devices, chemistry and mechanics.
Other areas of practice include the negotiation and drafting of IP-related agreements, in particular license agreements and research and development agreements. He supports clients in the establishment, maintenance and exploitation of trademark, design and patent portfolios.
Pharmaceutical Trademarks 2020/2021 - A Global GuideOpen publication
Intellectual Property vs. Digital Change: Limits and Possibilities for Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights in Digital GoodsOpen publication
Protection of trade secrets in China by NNNs
First publication of the article in GRUR-Prax issue No. 22/2018
Patent and utility model search in China: Lost in Translation?
First publication of the article in GRUR Prax issue No. 9/2018
Fight for your (domain name) rights
This article first appeared in World Trademark Review magazine issue 66, published by The IP Media Group. To view the issue in full, please go to www.worldtrademarkreview.com.Open publication
Pharmaceutical Trademarks: A Global Guide 2017/2018
Chapter "Germany" (Co-Author), World Trademark Review
Co-Author Unfair Trading Practices, Chapter "Germany"
The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Wolters Kluwer, Special Issue 2016.
Game of Laws
This article first appeared in IPPro The Internet, magazine issue 50. To view the issue in full, please go to http://www.ipprotheinternet.com.
Time to evaluate if you are still in control
This article first appeared in World Trademark Review magazine issue 43, published by The IP Media Group.Open publication
As one of Germany’s leading boutique IP law firms, we provide advice in all areas of intellectual property protection – patent, trademark, design and know-how. From the initial filing of an application, through the prosecution procedure to enforcement by litigation, our aim is to ensure that your inventions and innovation will remain what they are by nature – unique. .