is an associate at Schellenberg Wittmer and works as an attorney for the firm's Intellectual Property, Life Sciences, and Competition Law Groups. Prior to joining Schellenberg Wittmer, she submitted her PhD thesis at the University of Zürich in the field of software and intellectual property law and spent two months at Harvard University as a visiting researcher. Sarah Leins had been a law clerk at the District Court of Zürich, worked for two Zürich law firms in their IP and regulatory markets teams and has obtained accreditation as a (business) mediator. She advises in non-contentious matters and acts as a counsel in disputes relating to patents, trade marks, copyright and antitrust, as well as for licensing and distribution contracts.
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