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Maucher Jenkins has built a team of outstanding professionals, recognised experts in intellectual property law, science and technology, working across multiple industry sectors and legal jurisdictions.

Diana Lipecka

Associate

Qualification:
Abogada (Spain)

Law, University of Rzeszow, Poland; Law, University of Francisco de Vitoria, Spain; LLM International Commercial Law, Kozminski University, Poland; Master’s Degree in Legal Practice (Valencia Bar School), International University of Valencia, Spain

Languages:
English
German
Spanish
Polish

As an Attorney at Law, Diana specialises in the field of intellectual property law and in particular in trade mark and design law. She is responsible for managing international portfolios of trade marks and designs, and advises international companies in particular in relation to international filing strategies, opposition, invalidity proceedings and social media infringements.

 

Her work for clients is focussed in particular on proceedings at the European Union Intellectual Property Office but also at the German Patent and Trade Mark Office and overseas proceedings.

 

After being admitted to practice as an attorney at law in 2016, Diana worked for renowned German law firms in the field of intellectual property in Munich.

 

Diana obtained a Master’s degree in law at the University of Rzeszow (Poland) and a Master’s degree in law at the University of Francisco de Vitoria (Spain). During her Polish studies, she successfully completed a one-year law exchange at CEU Cardenal Herrera University (Spain), during which she also completed a three month traineeship at one of the Spanish law firms in Valencia.

 

After finishing her studies, Diana worked in one of the Spanish law firms in Warsaw. Later, she worked at the Community Trade Mark and Design Court in Warsaw and also had experience in working at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and at the European Patent Office. Additionally, she completed a Research Stay at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition in Munich.

 

Diana is an active member of INTA (EUIPO Subcommittee), AIPPI and AJA (Agrupación de Jóvenes Abogados/Young Lawyers Association). She regularly represents users as an external expert on various EU trade mark projects in cooperation with the EUIPO. In 2020 and 2021 she was selected as one of quality auditors for EUIPO opposition decisions.

 

She regularly moderates topics at conferences in relation to Trade Marks, in particular in the sectors of beauty, fashion, entertainment and automotive industry.

 

In 2021 Diana was selected as an outstanding IP practitioner in Germany in the WIPR Leaders Guide.

 

Interests outside of work:

 

Photography, hiking and traveling.

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