is an associate in the intellectual property group in Baker McKenzie’s Munich office. She joined the firm in 2018 as a law clerk and became an associate in 2019 after passing her second state exam in Baden-Württemberg. Christina focuses on patent litigation, including infringement, nullity, cancellation and opposition proceedings. She advises and represents clients in matters related to patent law and utility model law as well as trade mark law and copyrights. Christina studied at the University of Mannheim, the University of Toulouse and at Trinity College Dublin.
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