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Taylor Wessing Austria

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Dr Dieter Natlacen

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Taylor Wessing Austria

Work Department

IT & Telecoms / Dispute Resolution

Position

Dieter Natlacen is a partner and CEE Head of the industry group TMT (Technology, Media & Telecoms) at Taylor Wessing. His main areas of expertise also include Distribution Law as well as Commercial (e.g. cooperation and outsourcing agreements). He also has in-depth knowledge in Dispute Resolution, being both litigator and arbitrator (ICC, VIAC, ad hoc). Dieter Natlacen is Head of the Taylor Wessing Italy Group. Austrian corporations with business interests in Italy as well as Italian clients who are active in or plan to do business in CEE, are being advised.

Career

After studying law in Vienna, Dieter was an associate in Vienna and Milan. He was a founding member of e|n|w|c Attorneys at Law (now Taylor Wessing CEE) in 1986.

Languages

German, English, Italian

Member

He is member of the examination board for the judiciary exams, member of the Council of the European Forum Alpbach, Vice President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Austria and member of the Vienna Bar Association, having served for many years on its disciplinary board.

Education

University of Vienna, faculty of law, doctorate conferred in 1976.


Austria

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Taylor Wessing Austria handles a diverse mix of contentious and non-contentious IP work. Martin Prohaska-Marchried, who co-heads the team with Dieter Natlacen, advised Sky Österreich Fernsehen on copyright levy fees, and assisted Zellstoff Pöls with a worldwide trade mark roll-out. Other work included design infringement matters and copyright issues.

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Austria: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

‘Ready to tackle new areas’, Taylor Wessing Austria focuses on cross-border litigation, regularly working in conjunction with the firm’s IP and IT, real estate and corporate departments. IP experts Martin Prohaska-Marchried and Dieter Natlacen represented Sky Österreich Fernsehen in an IP-related dispute against austro mechana. Wolfgang Kapek ‘thinks outside the box’.

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  • DORDA advises on the acquisition of Austrian office properties Denk Drei

    Stefan Artner , Partner and Head of the Real Estate Practice Group, and real estate attorney Klaus Pfeiffer of DORDA advised Austrian Real Estate Development GmbH ( ARE , a subsidiary of Bundesimmobilien-Gesellschaft, the Austrian privatization agency) on the acquisition of the Denk Drei office properties from IC Development . The successful closing of the forward purchase transaction took place on April 30, 2018. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
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  • Austrian "White List"

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