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Gabriela Staber

Partner
Attorney-at-law for Life Sciences

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Gauermanngasse 2
1010 Vienna
Austria
Languages German, English
Life Sciences & Healthcare

Specialisation in Life Sciences & Healthcare

Gabriela Staber is an attorney-at-law specialising in intellectual property and unfair competition law with a sector focus on life sciences & healthcare and TMC (technology, media & telecommunications).  She advises on issues related to the marketing and distribution of pharmaceuticals and medical devices as well as the protection of intellectual property. Her expertise includes advertising and product labelling, compliance, restructuring of distribution systems, reimbursement / market access, clinical trials, licensing, counterfeits and parallel imports and dispute resolution.

Industries

Her clients include pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology companies, healthcare start-ups and online pharmacies.

Publications and lectures

Gabriela Staber regularly publishes in specialist journals. She has co-authored of commentaries on the European Union Trademark Regulation and the Community Design Regulation, as well as contributing to the publication Distribution & Marketing of Drugs. She regularly lectures and holds trainings in the abovementioned fields.

Ranking

Gabriela Staber was named “often recommended” in JUVE 2019 for IP and Regulatory.

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Education

  • 2011 – Bar admission in New York and Massachusetts
  • 2010 – LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law & U.S. Law, Suffolk Law School (Boston)
  • 2007 – Bar admission in Austria
  • 2004 – Doctor iuris in Commercial Law (Antitrust Law), University of Vienna
  • 2001 – LL.M. in European Law, King’s College London
  • 1999 – Master of Laws, University of Vienna
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Publications

  • Hasselblatt, European Union Trademark Regulation (2nd edition 2018), co-author
  • Hasselblatt, Community Design Trade Mark Regulation (2nd edition 2018), co-author
  • Distribution & Marketing of Drugs (third edition 2018), co-author
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Intellectual Property

Specialisation in intellectual property law

Gabriela Staber is an attorney-at-law specialising in intellectual property and unfair competition law with a sector focus on life sciences & healthcare and TMC (technology, media & telecommunications).  In addition to dispute resolution, her expertise includes criminal prosecution of infringements, licensing of intellectual property rights, negotiation of cross-border and international agreements, protection of designs, know-how and trade secrets, management of trademark portfolios, employee inventions, software, advertising and product labelling as well as antitrust issues in connection with intellectual property rights.

Industries

Gabriela Staber advises clients from all industries with a special focus on life sciences & healthcare, consumer goods, technology and media.

Publications and lectures

Gabriela Staber regularly gives lectures and training courses in the above-mentioned fields. She regularly publishes in specialist journals and is co-author of commentaries on the European Union Trademark Regulation and the Community Design Regulation.

Ranking

Gabriela Staber was named “often recommended” in JUVE 2019 for IP and Regulatory.

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Education

  • 2011 – Bar admission in New York and Massachusetts
  • 2010 – LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law & U.S. Law, Suffolk Law School (Boston)
  • 2007 – Bar admission in Austria
  • 2004 – Doctor iuris in Commercial Law (Antitrust Law), University of Vienna
  • 2001 – LL.M. in European Law, King’s College London
  • 1999 – Master of Laws, University of Vienna
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Publications

  • Hasselblatt, European Union Trademark Regulation (2nd edition 2018), co-author
  • Hasselblatt, Community Design Trade Mark Regulation (2nd edition 2018), co-author
  • Distribution & Marketing of Drugs (third edition 2018), co-author
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TMC - Technology, Media & Communications

Specialisation in TMC (technology, media & telecommunications)

Gabriela Staber is an attorney-at-law specialising in intellectual property and unfair competition law with a sector focus on life sciences & healthcare and TMC (technology, media & telecommunications).  Her practice areas include television, telecommunications, new media and sports. Her expertise comprises the marketing of media rights, short reports, regulatory broadcasting and telecommunications law, advertising, licensing, copyright protection of media content, trademark law, protection of personal rights as well as reputation management and litigation and proceedings before regulatory authorities in these areas.

Industries

Her clients include broadcasters, major sports event organisers, media companies and telecommunications companies.

Publications and lectures

Gabriela Staber regularly gives lectures and training courses in the above-mentioned fields and publishes regularly in specialist journals. She is co-author of commentaries on the European Union Trademark Regulation and the Community Design Regulation.

Ranking

Gabriela Staber was named “often recommended” in JUVE 2019 for IP and Regulatory.

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Education

  • 2011 – Bar admission in New York and Massachusetts
  • 2010 – LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law & U.S. Law, Suffolk Law School (Boston)
  • 2007 – Bar admission in Austria
  • 2004 – Doctor iuris in Commercial Law (Antitrust Law), University of Vienna
  • 2001 – LL.M. in European Law, King’s College London
  • 1999 – Master of Laws, University of Vienna
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Publications

  • Hasselblatt, European Union Trademark Regulation (2nd edition 2018), co-author
  • Hasselblatt, Community Design Trade Mark Regulation (2nd edition 2018), co-author
  • Distribution & Marketing of Drugs (third edition 2018), co-author
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