Copyright Law in Germany
Counseling in German copyright and trademark matters across all industries
WINHELLER provides legal advice on German and international copyright and trademark law. Our clients include entrepreneurs and companies from a wide range of industries.
We can assist you with the protection and enforcement of your copyrights and trademarks (and related rights) in all industries including the entertainment, software, computer science, construction, motion picture and music publishing industries.
Drawing on years of experience counseling clients from the television and music production, show business and software production and distribution industries, we can provided detailed advice and counsel on all matters related to German copyright and trademark law. Our clients include artists, authors, composers, media and software producers, directors, music publishers, film studios, photographers, opera houses, architects, engineers and computer scientists.
Comprehensive Counseling and Support in German Copyright and Trademark Law
As the world gets “smaller” because of globalization and technological advances, comprehensive counseling on German and international copyright and trademark law is more important than ever. At WINHELLER we can assist with a wide-range of copyright and trademark law matters, including enforcement of intellectual property rights, the drafting of licensing and merchandizing contracts and representation in court or dispute resolution proceedings.
German and International Copyright and Trademark Law
Copyright and trademark owners need to ensure the proection of their rights and interests in each individual country. WINHELLER provides advice on both German and international copyright and trademark law. Our particular areas of focus include German, US and Chinese copyright and trademark law. And as a member of the Primerus network of attorneys, we can work with co-counsel who can represent you and defend and enforce your intellectual property rights in or out of court in every major international jurisdiction.