After having worked in the US (Boston) for four and a half years, Gabriela Staber returns to CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz. Effective immediately, the senior attorney is a member of the law firm’s IP team, focusing on the field of lifesciences. Gabriela Staber is admitted to the bar in Austria as well as the states of New York and Massachusetts. Until recently, she was an attorney at a renowned Boston-based law firm specialised in lifesciences.
Gabriela Staber (35) studied law in Vienna. She completed a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in European Law in London, an internship at the European Commission in Brussels and her doctorate with honours before joining CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz as an associate in 2003. For overall five years – the last two as a senior attorney – Gabriela Staber worked at CMS in the fields of intellectual property, competition and media law as well as lifesciences.
She then moved to the US, where she not only worked for several US law firms, but also completed another Master of Laws (LL.M.) with a specialisation in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law in Boston. Gabriela Staber, who was born in Lower Austria, is admitted to the bar in Austria as well as the federal states of New York and Massachusetts. Until recently, the expert specialised in IP and lifesciences worked for a renowned Boston law firm specialising in lifesciences.
After four and a half years, Gabriela Staber has now returned to CMS as a senior attorney. She will mainly deal with matters related to intellectual property, competition and media law as well as lifesciences. “I am very happy to be a member of the CMS team again”, Staber says. “Because of her profound international experience, her know-how will be especially valuable for our clients involved in cross-border IP transactions”, comments Egon Engin-Deniz, partner and head of the Practice Area Groups Intellectual Property and TMT at CMS in Vienna, welcoming her return.