Dr. Christian Boehler is a member of our International Dispute Resolution Practice and is based in our Frankfurt office. He specializes in the fields of intellectual property (IP), competition and food law, with a specific focus on branded consumer goods. He advices domestic and foreign clients on trademark issues and handles the branding, labeling, market approval and distribution, as well as any litigation related to such matters.
After studying law at the University of Bayreuth, he graduated with the First State Exam and received an additional title in Business Law (Wirtschaftsjurist, Univ. Bayreuth). Christian is the author of various national and international academic publications in his areas of specialization, which are also recognized by the Federal Court of Germany. He was a fellowship holder in the Intellectual Property and the Public Domain Graduate School at the University of Bayreuth for the draft of his doctoral thesis on obligations to inform consumers.
Christian spent his legal clerkship in Wiesbaden and Frankfurt, where he worked for several international law firms in the fields of litigation, IP and food law. He is a member of the German Association for Intellectual Property and Copyright Law (GRUR).
Christian also comments on the provisions of Regulation (EU) 1151/2012 in Behr's commentary on food law (Art. 27–34; 43, 44; 48–51).