is a member of Meyerlustenberger Lachenal’s IP team, and heads the firm’s patent and life sciences team. He has extensive experience in all areas of IP law, with a focus on patents, trade marks, geographical indications and unfair competition. Simon is also a trusted adviser in the field of pharmaceutical regulatory law and competition law. He is an experienced IP practitioner across a wide range of industries and technologies. In 2010, the Swiss Parliament appointed Simon Holzer as an adjunct judge of the Swiss Federal Patent Court. This court has jurisdiction over patent disputes throughout Switzerland.
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