at Lubberger Lehment
Cornelis Lehment’s practice focuses on unfair competition law and trademark law, as well as on copyright and data protection. He has in-depth experience as a litigator in trademark and unfair competition matters, having litigated many landmark cases in relation to press distribution, parallel imports of branded goods and the imitation of luxury cosmetics, among other cases.
Mr Lehment is a founding partner of the firm. He studied law at the University of Hamburg and began his career in 1994 in the Leipzig office of Oppenhoff & Rädler, later moving to that firm’s Frankfurt and Berlin offices. In 2000 he founded his own IP firm, which led to the creation of Lubberger Lehment with Andreas Lubberger in 2004. In 2013 Mr Lehment opened the firm’s Hamburg office.
In recent years Mr Lehment has helped the German Association of Publishers combat unfair practices relating to advertising blockers on media pages.
Mr Lehment has been named a Leading Individual for anti-counterfeiting by World Trademark Review 1000 and ranked among the best trademark lawyers in Germany by Best Lawyers.
What people say about him
- “Exceptionally good litigator in IP and media law, very creative and professionally splendid.” (JUVE)
- “Grand litigator Cornelis Lehment has built a fantastic IP boutique. Peers have a high opinion of his work.” (Chambers)
- “Tenacious litigator and charming colleague.” (World Trademark Review 1000)
Sample client list
- Axel Springer
- Rotkäppchen Mumm
See firm profile