KRIEGER MES & GRAF v. der GROEBEN
Bennigsen-Platz 1 | 40474 Düsseldorf
T +49 (0) 211-440 337 0 | F +49 (0) 211-440 337 60
Christian Buchholz advises and represents national and international companies in all matters relating to intellectual property and unfair trade practices. One of his main focuses is patent law and know-how protection. Furthermore, he advises clients on issue of employee inventions and boarder seizures of goods infringing intellectual property rights and international arbitration proceedings.
Christian Buchholz studied law at the University of Greifswald, The University of the Basque Country in San Sebastián, Spain and the University of Münster. There, he completed additional studies in Intellectual Property Law and graduated in the focus area Information-, Telecommunication and Media Law. Having passed the First State Examination he studied at the La Trobe University Melbourne, Australia where he earned a master’s degree in Global Business Law (LL.M.) and graduated with Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence.
During his legal clerkship he focused on intellectual property with stages at Trade Mark Litigation Chamber of the Duesseldorf District Court and at the patent litigation practice group of an international law firm as well as the trademark department of the Bayer Group, the Bayer Intellectual Property GmbH.