Florian Schmidt-Sauerhöfer is a member of KLAKA's trademark practice. He specialises in legal advice to companies on trademark law, design patents and unfair competition law. An important area of his activity is the handling of trademark and design patent disputes. Since 2013 Florian Schmidt-Sauerhöfer has been a lecturer of unfair competition law and intellectual property rights at the Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences.
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- "Florian Schmidt-Sauerhöfer is an extremely engaged litigator who spares no effort for success." - Legal 500 Germany 2020/2021
- "Ralf Hackbarth and Florian Schmidt-Sauerhöfer are a well-established team that complement each other perfectly." - Legal 500 Germany 2020/2021
Trademarks communicate the image of your products and are the voice of product marketing. Their value can quickly exceed the material value of a company. We support you in establishing and expanding your trademark portfolio, in monitoring it and in defending it vigorously. KLAKA helps with everything that makes up the "life" of a brand.
The protection of products and product parts by registered and unregistered designs has been of increasing importance for many years. It is an effective instrument against counterfeits. This applies to national designs as well as to designs protected within the EU, to the acquisition of design protection as well as to the enforcement of design rights, out of court and before the courts.
The global market is characterised by free trade. The rules of this international economic exchange are expressed in unfair competition law. Comparative or misleading advertising, product imitation, the headhunting of personnel or price dumping may result in unfair competition proceedings. This affects all sectors, from the automotive industry to financial services, from retailers to the internet trade, or from the pharmaceuticals industry to the increasingly deregulated energy supply market.
|2013||Lecturer at the Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences|
|2006||Admission to the bar|
|2003 - 2005||Legal internship|
|1998 - 2003||Studies at the University of Constance|