Her main focus is on trademark law, copyright law and competition law. Her activities include advising medium-sized companies and start-ups on the development of strategies to protect trademarks and their registration in the corresponding national and international registers, the prosecution of trademark and competition infringements both in and out of court, and the drafting of license agreements.
Patricia Jechel also provides advice on privacy issues and assists companies and nonprofit organizations in implementing data protection regulations. In particular, she supports our clients in implementing the necessary measures to ensure data protection compliance in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation.
Patricia Jechel studied law at the Goethe University in Frankfurt/Main. She completed her legal training at the Regional Court of Wiesbaden and worked part-time as a research assistant at Brehm & v. Moers in Frankfurt/Main in the field of intellectual property.