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Lisa Bieber

Attorney-at-law (Germany)


Lisa Bieber is an attorneys-at-law in the trademark, design and competition law office of KLAKA. She specialized in the field of intellectual property law already during her studies and also spent the legal internship of her legal traineeship at a leading IP law firm in Munich. She advises German and international companies on the protection against infringement of trademarks and company names, design rights and in competition law proceedings. She is also active in domain law and the law of geographical indications.

German, English


  • Rising star 2023 - IP STARS 2023 from Managing IP - The leading practitioners in IP - Jurisdiction: Germany
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Key Areas

  • Trademarks


    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.

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  • Designs


    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.

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  • Unfair competition

    Unfair competition

    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.

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  • Geographical indications

    Geographical indications

    Geographical indications and designations of origin draw people' attention to the special characteristics and particular quality of goods and correspondingly place the products on the market. The EU legislator has continuously reinforced the rights to geographical indications and designations of origin for wines, spirits, agricultural products and foodstuffs in the last few years. A regulation for the protection of geographical indications for industrial products is on the agenda.

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2022 Eintritt in die Kanzlei KLAKA Rechtsanwälte
2020 - 2022 Legal clerkship at the Munich Higher Regional Court
2016 B.A. Governance and Public Policy
2011 - 2020 Double studies of law and political science at the universities of Passau, Munich and Leiden, Netherlands

Lisa Bieber

Attorney-at-law (Germany)