KPMG Law wins Dr. Anna-Kristine Wipper for its IP practice in Berlin
As of October 1, 2019, Dr. Anna-Kristine Wipper will join KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (KPMG Law) as a partner in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice area at the Berlin office. She will take over as head of the IP practice. The 44-year-old joins from PwC Legal, where she had worked since 2014.
Wipper’s focus is on intellectual property law. She advises companies, associations and the public sector on trademark, copyright, design and competition law. In particular, she has experience in the strategic international registration and defense of intellectual property rights, in the procedural fight against product piracy, and in contract drafting. Furthermore, it has a focus on the standardization and automation of legal advisory structures and is considered innovative.
Together with Anna-Kristine Wipper, attorneys Giorgina Cavallo (Senior Associate) and Marie-Valentine Goffin (Associate), as well as a paralegal, join KPMG Law.
Dr. Konstantin von Busekist, Partner and Head of Solution Line Legal Operations at KPMG Law: “We are very pleased to have gained Anna-Kristine Wipper as a highly qualified and experienced expert in the field of IP. Her expertise in both advisory practice and litigation enables the further expansion of our practice and is thus an essential building block for our growth in the field of intellectual property and LegalTech.”
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