We are very proud of our confirmed position as top-tier patent litigation firm in JUVE’s latest Patent, Trademark & Design and Unfair Competition rankings for Germany, listing German law firms and litigators who, according to JUVE’s research, have a leading reputation in the legal market. We are also very proud of the continuously increasing visibility of our strongly growing Soft-IP practice, which is reflected in the ranking.
JUVE’s rankings provide an overview of the best law firms in Germany, divided into legal fields and regions. Each ranking is based on extensive research with law firms, company managers, representatives of public authorities and employees from the judiciary and academia. The strictly independent editorial team now draws on 25 years of experience with the legal market.
“The German patent litigation team of this European IP boutique lives up to its reputation as one of the market leaders and was a hit in numerous high-stakes infringement proceedings in various sectors. Like no other IP boutique, Hoyng ROKH boasts an unusually high number of very renowned partners. The patent practice specifically opts to bring up talent through its own ranks rather than hire laterals. Hoyng ROKH stringently continued this strategy by appointing an equity partner and counsel Carina Höfer, who is already highly acclaimed in the market.”
“The IP firm is maintaining its dynamic expansion course in trademarks and competition law. In addition to its many years of experience with litigation, the firm has built up a considerable trademark administration practice and can now offer clients good all-round IP advice with this package. This good development is also reflected in the personnel: for the third year in a row, ROKH appointed a soft IP partner who, with his focus on formal trademark law, reflects the increased importance of this field of advice. In addition, the team grew with 4 associates.”
Congratulations to our team, including ‘Leading Individuals’ Klaus Haft, Christine Kanz, Martin Köhler and ‘Recommended Individuals’ Thomas Schmitz, Kay Kasper, Tobias Hahn, Mirko Weinert, Stefan Richter, Tobias Hessel, Dr. Sandra Stolzenburg-Wiemer and Carina Höfer.