Pascal Böhner is an attorney at law and certified IP lawyer. His practice focuses on advising clients on and conducting litigation in matters of unfair competition, trademarks, designs and domain names. Mr Böhner is involved in the judicial and extrajudicial enforcement and defence of the IP rights of a number of the firm’s clients, particularly in the fashion, entertainment and sports equipment sectors.
A significant part of his practice is to advise clients on domain names issues, including managing old and new TLDs, and representing them in alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Mr Böhner’s other areas of practice include advising clients on matters relating to licensing and distribution agreements, particularly with respect to antitrust and compliance issues.
Mr Böhner frequently speaks at conferences and seminars on topics relating to trademarks and unfair competition, as well as new developments in the laws on domain names.
He was appointed as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Zurich in 2017.
Mr Böhner is an active member and vice president of the International Association of Young Lawyers for Intellectual Property, Technology, Media and Telecommunications. He is also a member of the INTA Internet Committee, the European Communities Trademark Association, the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property and the German-Italian Bar Association.
Pascal Böhner has received some appreciative recommendations, including the following: “Pascal Böhner is praised for his quality and pragmatism. He is a clear and business-oriented litigator, who provides crystalline advice on strategy and maintains an in-depth knowledge of German courtroom practice.”