Malte Nentwig provides advice in trade mark law. This includes, in particular, strategic advice on how to develop suitable trade mark portfolios. He has a strong focus on German as well as international trade mark searches. For his German and international clients, he is responsible for the filing of trade marks at the German Patent and Trade Mark Office, the European Intellectual Property Office, and the World Intellectual Property Office, as well the coordination of worldwide applications abroad.
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Malte Nentwig has longstanding experience in the maintenance of international trade mark portfolios, including watching services for the detection of potential infringement. He advises on how to protect, strengthen, and enforce trade marks. For his clients, he files opposition against infringing third parties and he acts as a litigator in trade mark infringement procedures.
In matters of design patent law, he advises clients on how to obtain protection and how to enforce design patents. In competition law matters, he advises clients in relation to their planed marketing as well as product campaigns, and is also acting as a litigator in court procedures, including requests for preliminary injunctions.
Malte Nentwig studied law at the University of Kiel and the University of Munich, Germany, as well as the University of Queensland, Australia (LL.M.). Malte Nentwig joined BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT in 2004 and made a secondment with an international blue chip company. As a German lawyer, he was awarded “Fachanwalt für den Gewerblichen Rechtschutz” (Specialist in IP Law).
Malte Nentwig is the co-author of the chapter on patent law in the practitioners guide “Achenbach/Ransiek/Rönnau Handbuch Wirtschaftsstrafrecht,” as well as co-author (with Prof. Heinz Goddar) of the German chapter in “Manual IP, Kluver Law International”.
Malte Nentwig serves on the expert IP-Committee for the Bar Association Hanseatische Rechtsanwaltskammer Bremen. He is member of the Law Firm Committee at the International Trademark Association (INTA) and an Overseas Member of Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) as well as of the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand (IPSANZ).
Since 2018, Malte Nentwig has been listed as a recommended lawyer in the practice area of intellectual property law for Germany by Best Lawyers.