Eva Maierski focuses on trademark, design law and copyright. She advises and represents rights owners in disputes over counterfeits, imitations and grey market goods and in the protection of their distribution systems. She also focuses on strategic advice on the protection and defense of product designs.
Eva Maierski studied law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich. She worked with the firm Bardehle Pagenberg, before joining Lubberger Lehment in 2015.
Senior Associate with Lubberger Lehment
Associate with Lubberger Lehment
Legal clerkship at the Kammergericht Berlin (Higher Regional Court), focus of the training in the area of intellectual property
Research assistant at Bardehle Pagenberg, Munich
Study of law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
Lecturer in Design Law and Copyright at Universität der Künste (UdK), Berlin
Lecturer in Trademark Law & Copyright at International School of Management (ISM)
The economic value of designs, World Trademark Review Yearbook: A global guide for practitioners 2021/2022 (together with Dr. Rani Mallick)
LESI Design Study (EU, Germany und WIPO), les Nouvelles, März 2020 (gemeinsam mit P. Kutschke)