Christina Tenbrock, attorney-at-law since 2011, specializes in trademark and unfair competition law as well as patent law. She represents national and international clients in cross-border infringement proceedings and regularly conducts opposition and nullity proceedings before the DPMA, the BPatG and the EUIPO. A further focus of her work lies in the Drug Advertising Law (HWG), the Medicinal Products Act (AMG) and the Medical Device Act (MPG). Out of court, she advises clients on marketing campaigns and product launches, on border seizure proceedings and on various contractual issues (e.g. delimitation agreements, joint marketing agreements and license agreements).
During her legal clerkship (Referndariat) with the Higher Regional Court Düsseldorf, she worked for various international law firms specializing in intellectual property law, for a global pharmaceutical company and at the German Embassy in London. After completing her second state examination, she continued her specialization in patent law, trademark law and unfair competition law with a master's degree (LL.M.) in intellectual property law at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf.