Boult Wade Tennant's Berlin based partner Michael C. Maier, LL.M. was interviewed on "The Brexit-Effect" for the current issue of "Markets Germany“, a magazine published by Germany’s federal agency for economic development "GTAI - Germany Trade & Invest". Boult Wade Tennant's recent expansion in Germany has been mentioned on page 21. Having both the Berlin and Frankfurt teams mean, despite Brexit, Boult Wade Tennant can continue to represent our clients in Europe. For more information about trade mark and design rights after Brexit, read our bulletin.
Leading intellectual property law firm Boult Wade Tennant, established a new office in Berlin in 2019 followed by a new office in Frankfurt in 2020. The reason was to better serve companies that need to file patents and trademarks in the EU as well as the UK. “Germany overall is a very important market within the EU,” says Michael C. Maier, a partner at Boult Wade Tennant. “There’s a lot of Innovation.”