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by RA Dr. Christian Seyfert, LL.M. (San Francisco, GGU)

Interview of Atty. Dr. Christian Seyfert with “Deutsche Welle”: Neil Young vs. Donald Trump

Recently, Atty. Dr. Christian Seyfert has given an interview to the German media broadcasting company “Deutsche Welle”. In this interview, Atty Dr. Christian Seyfert compares the copyright systems in the US and Germany and discusses Neil Young's lawsuit against Donald Trump's reelection company.

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Can I File an Employment Lawsuit in Germany?

The following article deals with employment law issues and, generally, with the rights of workers and employees in Germany.

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Do I Need a Lawyer to Review My Termination Agreement in Germany?

The following article reflects on termination agreements in Germany.

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Do I Need to Register My International Brand or Logo in Germany and/or the EU?

The following article deals with some general trademark issues that your company might face when thinking about protecting your trade names, logos, and slogans in Germany and the EU.

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Protection of Well-Known or Famous International Brands in Germany and the EU

The article deals with well-known or famous international brands in Germany and the EU and the requirements of their protection.

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German Law Updates on Vacation Entitlements

This article gives updates on vacation entitlements.

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Media and Art Use Licenses in Germany

This article deals with licensing issues regarding media and art use licenses and license agreements in Germany.

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Advertising in Germany: Comparing to Competitors

Is comparative advertising allowed in Germany? The following text highlights some legal aspects regarding comparative advertising from an international perspective.

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OLG Stuttgart: Temporary injunction obtained against the president of a dance organisation to prevent further damaging statements against our client (Ref. 4 U 159/20)

After the Regional Court of Stuttgart only partially ruled in favour of our client in a lawsuit for damage to reputation, the Higher Regional Court of Stuttgart overturned this on appeal and ruled in favour of our client in full.

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Data Protection Penalties based on new Arbeitsgericht Duesseldorf and Landgericht Munich Ruling in Employment Disputes

Recent data protection related rulings by the regional courts of Düsseldorf and Munich have strong implications for employers and their duty of care to employee information. Today, we take a look at these implications and the possible financial ramifications they face as a result of employee claims for misuse of their data.

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