Julian Erfurth advises brand manufacturers in various industries on trademark and competition law. One of his main focus areas is the defence of well-known trademarks, for example from the automotive sector, against product piracy.
Julian studied law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich and at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. During this time, he worked at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Copyright Law. His professional career began in 2015 as legal counsel with a fintech company before he joined Lubberger Lehment in 2018.
Associate with Sozietät Lubberger Lehment
Promotion at Freie Universität zu Berlin
Legal Counsel at fintech-company
Legal clerkship at the Kammergericht Berlin with a focus on the area of media law / industrial property rights
Post graduate studies at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Law studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich
Liability Pursuant to Article 35a CRA Regulation – merely of symbolic nature?, The European Legal Forum, 4/15, 92 ff. (together with Dr. Björn Steinrötter)
Methodology in Comparative Law in Practice – the distribution of powers between President and Prime Minister of Georgia compared to France and Germany, 2015 Constitutional Law Review (Georgia), Iss. 8, pp. 85 (together with Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Babeck and Dr. Björn Steinrötter)