Martin Schneider has many years of experience in all areas of intellectual property law as well as in distribution, licensing, unfair competition, advertising, media and IT law. One focus is on the negotiation and drafting of contracts for the commercialization of intellectual property rights such as patents, trademarks or copyrights, including software and television rights. He assists and advises start-up companies in the development and expansion of their business (including corporate law, shareholders' agreements, protection and exploitation of intellectual property rights). Before founding and expanding the law firms Schneider Feldmann AG and Grüter Schneider & Partner AG, he was founder of Dr. Schneider & Partner AG, Intellectual Property Rights, part-time legal secretary of the Swiss Federal Appeals Commission for Intellectual Property, section head at the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, associate at a law firm in Zurich and license manager at a large Swiss industrial group. He wrote his doctoral thesis on "Protection of Corporate Secrets against Unauthorized Exploitation". Martin Schneider is also a former LES president and still a board member.
Areas of expertise
All areas of intellectual property law
Licensing, distribution, unfair competition, advertising, media and IT law
Support and advice for start-ups in all matters (corporate law, shareholders' agreements, intellectual property law, etc.)