Ms
Olivia
Petter

Attorney-at-Law

Munich Office

Chemistry

Telephone. +49(0) 891 259 9600
Email. [email protected]

Experience

Olivia was admitted to the Bar 2007. She studied Law at Free University of Berlin, Germany and Victoria University of Wellington - Te Herenga Waka, New Zealand with a focus on Intellectual Property, Antitrust and Privacy Law. Olivia did several years of European work experience at different law offices in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Germany; Brussels, Belgium and Munich (German and Italian law offices), focusing on antitrust, competition law, intellectual property and commercial law. She is also an author of several publications in the area of intellectual property.

Specialisms

  • Printing technologies
  • E commerce
  • Printing
  • Trade marks

Industries

  • Creative, media & entertainment icon Creative, media & entertainment
  • Food & drink icon Food & drink
  • Healthcare icon Healthcare
  • Retail icon Retail

Services

  • Advertising
  • Copyright & database rights
  • Designs & design rights
  • Due diligence
  • In-house legal support
  • IP litigation
  • Portfolio management
  • Searching & competitor monitoring
  • Strategy
  • Trade marks
  • Transactional IP & commercial support

Qualifications

Rechtsanwältin

Germany
EUIPO

Trade Mark Attorney

European
German


LAW DEGREE

1. Staatsexamen

LAW DEGREE

2. Staatsexamen

LLM

Victoria University of Wellington - Te Herenga Waka, New Zealand

OTHER

Certified Special Attorney for Intellectual Property Rights

Publications

The secret code of tailored skincare

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Rough times for Oktoberfest

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Conferences: 2021

October 26th 2021

WIPR Patents Live Broadcast

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