Lubberger Lehment > Berlin, Germany > Firm Profile

Lubberger Lehment
MEINEKESTRASSE 4
10719 BERLIN
Germany

Intellectual property > Trade marks Tier 1

Lubberger Lehment is renowned for supporting landmark proceedings before the BGH, with regular instructions from large international corporations and commerce platforms on the opposing side. Another key focus is the development and management of large trade mark and design portfolios. The boutique, with offices in Berlin, where Andreas Lubberger (trade mark, design and competition law), Kai Schmidt-Hern (the media and luxury goods sector and startup advice), Rani Mallick (influencer marketing, counterfeit products, parallel imports), Bernd Weichhaus (competition, trade mark, copyright and antitrust distribution law) and Martin Fiebig (product piracy, commerce platforms, border seizures, transactional IP support) are based, Hamburg as the location of Cornelis Lehment (competition and trade mark law), and Munich, where Benjamin Koch is expanding the firm’s transaction practice, is well-known for its prestigious client portfolio, particularly in the luxury goods sector. David Weller in Hamburg, a specialist in media, competition and trade mark law, made partner in January 2021.

Testimonials

‘Wonderful team. They always give us a high quality reply very quickly. For us, the first point of contact in Germany.’

‘Excellent management of our brand portfolio.’

‘Benjamin Koch: Always available, extremely reliable, fast and competent advice.’

‘Very professional IP boutique with excellent trademark law expertise, pragmatic, agile and client-oriented.’

‘Benjamin Koch is the perfect strategic partner in a complex process.’

‘Andreas Lubberger is very friendly, punctual, well organized and competent.’

‘Contact and correspondence about extensive procedures is very detailed and professional. All documents are comprehensible and there is a high level of competence.’

‘Due to the circumstances, an extensive topic has been worked out very individually and in relation to the industry. At all times you were included in the development and could protect your interests. Very good communication.’

Key clients

Adolf Würth

Apple

AUTO1 Group

Autocom Diagnostic Partner AB

Belron (Carglass, junited Autoglas etc.)

Billie GmbH

Boehringer Ingelheim

Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Clarins GmbH

Cotta Collection GmbH

Coty

Desigual (ABASIC)

Deutsche Entertainment AG

L’Oreal

LVMH

Maria Galland

Moet Hennessy

N26

Ortlieb Sportartikel

Paul Valentine

Serviceplan

Sanity Group

Shiseido

Skoda

Steinpol

Thüga AG

Titel Media GmbH

VW

Wala Heilmittel

Wella

Work highlights

  • Comprehensive advice and representation for Apple in trademark and design infringement proceedings (including a large number of court cases).
  • Comprehensive advice and representation of Coty up to the BGH/ECJ, most recently CJEU in the matter of Davidoff Hot Water III, as well as BGH – cross delivery.
  • Comprehensive advice and representation of Volkswagen AG on the protection of trademarks and designs against infringers, including a large number of ongoing court proceedings; Disputes with internet platforms on precautionary and auditing obligations, also including a number of court cases; Supervision of border confiscation applications and ongoing border seizures.

Intellectual property > Unfair competition Tier 2

Lubberger Lehment is among the strongest litigation teams in German competition law, as demonstrated again in 2020 with several proceedings before the higher regional courts. Via the offices in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich, the group advises a client portfolio known to be particularly loyal, including large international corporations and German companies, who frequently are from the technology, luxury goods and cosmetics sectors. The main contacts are Rani Mallick, Andreas Lubberger (focus on the luxury goods industry, especially on distribution law issues), Martin Fiebig (counterfeit products) and Bernd Weichhaus (focus on direct distribution and misleading consumer matters) in Berlin, Cornelis Lehment (focus on the luxury cosmetics industry, distribution law and parallel imports) and David Weller (digital forms of advertising and sales on the Internet) in Hamburg, who made partner in January 2021, and Benjamin Koch (counterfeit products) in Munich.

Testimonials

‘Fantastic team. You have a broad knowledge of the law.’

‘Benjamin Koch: Always available, extremely reliable, fast and competent advice.’

‘Excellent IP boutique. Outstanding legal expertise combined with modern structures.’

‘Benjamin Koch impresses with excellent know-how, high agility and client friendliness.’

‘Always present, flexible, competent.’

‘To the Point; unpretentious; immensely service oriented.’

Key clients

Adolf Würth

Apple

AUTO1 Group

Bayes eSports

Belron (Carglass, junited Autoglas etc.)

Billie GmbH

Coty

Desigual (ABASIC)

Deutsche Gesetzliche Unfallversicherung (DGUV)

Deutsche Entertainment AG

Dyson

Finn Auto

Fürsten Reform

HICKIES

L’Oreal

Serviceplan

Sanity Group

Shiseido

Teekanne

UpgradeU GmbH

Wala Heilmittel

Wella

Work highlights

  • Representing Apple in competition matters.  
  • Advising and representing HICKIES in several contentious proceedings against a copycat product.
  • Representing Dyson in various court cases, including against competitors.