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Marken- und Wettbewerbsrecht - ranked: tier 5

Arnold Ruess Rechtsanwälte PartmbB

Das 'sehr kompetente' Team der Düsseldorfer IP-Boutique Arnold Ruess Rechtsanwälte PartmbB bietet einer nationalen und internationalen Mandantschaft ein vollumfängliches Beratungsangebot im Marken- und Wettbewerbsrecht. Die Praxis ruht überwiegend auf den Schultern von Gründungspartner Peter Ruess, zu dessen Highlights neben der umfassenden Vertretung von Sony Interactive Entertainment im Marken- und Designrecht auch die strategische Beratung des Bundesverbands Deutscher Tabakwaren-Großhändler und Automatenaufsteller zählte. Counsel Anja Doepner-Thiele ist für Dr. Kurt Wolff die Ansprechpartnerin für die laufende wettbewerbsrechtliche Beratung und kosmetik- und heilmittelwerberechtliche Fragen in streitigen Auseinandersetzungen. Weitere Mandate kamen von Guhl, dem Johanniterorden und De Zuivelstichting.

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Patentrecht - Streitbeilegung
Patentrecht - Streitbeilegung - ranked: tier 2

Arnold Ruess Rechtsanwälte PartmbB

Arnold Ruess Rechtsanwälte PartmbB kombiniert 'hervorragenden Service' mit einem 'persönlichen Beratungsansatz' und einem 'Fokus auf die Qualität der Arbeit anstatt auf die abrechenbaren Kosten'. Die Düsseldorfer IP-Boutique zählt mit Namenspartner Bernhard Arnold, der für 'seinen ausgeprägten Geschäftssinn' und sein 'strategisches Denken' geschätzt wird, der 'klugen, kreativen und Gegnern gegenüber harten' Cordula Schumacher und dem Anfang 2018 ernannten Partner Arno Riße mittlerweile drei Partner. Zu den Dauerbrennern zählt neben der von Schumacher geleiteten Vertretung von Celltrion in einem Verfügungs- und Hauptsacheverfahren gegen Roche wegen eines Biosimilars auch die gemeinsam von Arnold und Riße durchgeführte Verteidigung von Edgewell gegen von Procter & Gamble eingereichte Patentverletzungsklagen betreffend Rasierklingen. Die Beratung der Ethical Coffee Company als Klägerin in gegen Nestlé geführten Verletzungsverfahren betreffend in Nespressomaschinen verwendete Patente sorgte ebenfalls weiter für Arbeit. Counsel Andreas Kramer wechselte im April 2018 zu Vossius & Partner; man konnte aber mit der im Oktober 2018 von PwC Legal (PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal AG Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft) kommenden Dörthe Minde die Counselriege wieder stärken. Nokia, Estar Medical und Hexal sind ebenfalls Mandanten.

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Bernhard Arnold - Arnold Ruess Rechtsanwälte PartmbB

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Arno Riße - Arnold Ruess Rechtsanwälte PartmbB

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