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Caroline Levesque and Christina Tenbrock promoted to the partnership of HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER

14 January 2020
Tue, 01/14/2020 (All day)

EU intellectual property boutique firm HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER has promoted Caroline Levesque and Christina Tenbrock to the partnership.

Caroline Levesque joined the firm in 2018 when HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER merged with French patent litigation specialists Véron & Associés. For the past 12 years, Caroline has devoted herself full time to patent litigation in various fields, including aeronautics, cybersecurity, medicinal products, chemicals and biotechnology as well as matters relating to plant breeders’ rights. She also has considerable experience in trademarks and designs. Caroline splits her time between the Paris and Lyon offices. 

Caroline: “I am proud to be made a partner with such an inspiring firm. I enjoy the international atmosphere and cross-border work and teams. I look forward to continue to develop my practice and take up the responsibilities that come with the partnership.

Christina Tenbrock joined the firm in Düsseldorf in 2011. She advises and represents national and international clients in various fields of intellectual property law, with a particular focus on trademarks, designs and unfair competition, including product advertising in the life sciences sector. Christina has extensive experience conducting both national and cross-border infringement proceedings and is regularly involved in opposition and invalidity proceedings before the German Patent and Trademark Office (DPMA) as well as EUIPO. Aside from her litigation work, Christina advises clients on marketing campaigns, product launches, border seizure proceedings and various contractual issues. Christina won Lawyer Monthly’s 2018 Women in Law Award for IP.

Christina: “I am proud to become a partner with such an outstanding law firm, to which I have been committed since the start of my career. I look forward to contributing to the further success of the firm with my work and to working on exciting projects for top clients in a new role within a great team.

Both Caroline and Christina have been recognized as Rising IP Stars by Managing IP.

Benoît Strowel, managing partner: “Promoting new talents to the partnership is always excellent news. This is of course tribute to Caroline’s and Christina’s outstanding qualities but also to this firm’s unique strength as an IP boutique in Europe.

The promotion of Caroline and Christina brings the number of partners at HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER to 45.

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