Dr iur André Sabellek, B.Sc. > Rospatt Osten Pross > Dusseldorf, Germany > Lawyer Profile

Rospatt Osten Pross
PO BOX 110935, 40509 DÜSSELDORF
Emanuel-Leutze-Straße 11
40547 DÜSSELDORF
Germany

Work Department

Intellectual Property, Patents, Trade Marks, Designs, Copyrights, Unfair Competition, Pharmaceutical Regulatory, Product Liability.

Position

The focus of his work as an attorney is on technical intellectual property rights. In patent and utility model law, he advises and appears for large and medium-sized US, Asian and European companies in infringement and nullity proceedings in such fields as pharmaceuticals, medical engineering, chemicals, automotive engineering, electrical engineering and computer technology. A further focus of his work is on combating product piracy. He enforces trade mark and design rights for world-famous luxury labels, especially at international trade fairs, by means of temporary legal protection and injunctions and in cooperation with the customs authorities. He is also involved in conducting litigation in competition law. He represents clients in the battle against unfair imitations of their products and against barriers to online trading. For his thesis at the end of his undergraduate course in Physics, he used a scanning tunnelling microscope to investigate the behaviour of nanostructures when deposited on crystalline surfaces. In his dissertation, he conducted research at the interface between technology and law. The dissertation was published by Mohr Siebeck with the title “Patents on Nanotechnological inventions” and was awarded the Faculty Prize of the Law Faculty at Leibniz University in Hanover. He has a particular personal interest in questions relating to mathematics and information technology and occasionally does some programming. As a student, he held a scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

Languages

English

Memberships

GRUR

Education

Studied Law and Physics at Hanover University; internship at the Celle Higher Regional Court; Federal Constitutional Court, doctorate at Hanover University, Institute of Legal Informatics, Prof. Dr. Axel Metzger.