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Marc-Ruben Hagedorn

Associate
+49.(0)69.945.196.427
Fax +49.(0)69.945.196.499
Marc-Ruben Hagedorn is an associate in the Frankfurt office. He has extensive experience in intellectual property and unfair competition matters. He mainly focuses on unfair competition, trademark and patent infringement litigation including cross-border matters. However, Mr. Hagedorn also advises on non-contentious IP matters, particularly in the areas of R&D projects, licensing, and distribution agreements.

Mr. Hagedorn represents national and international clients in the automotive industry as well as in the sectors of mechanical engineering, chip technology, luxury goods, medical devices and pharmaceuticals.

Professional Background

Prior to starting with K&L Gates, Mr. Hagedorn worked in the Frankfurt office of another international law firm, where he also focused on IP litigation.

Mr. Hagedorn completed his professional education at Freie Universität Berlin in 2011 and at Kammergericht Berlin in 2015.

Mr. Hagedorn has advised/represented, among others:
  • A leading car manufacturer in numerous trade mark infringement proceedings to stop illegal grey imports.
  • A leading car manufacturer in copyright infringement proceedings related to an advertising campaign.
  • A leading automotive supplier concerning several R&D projects.
  • A battery manufacturer in numerous parallel patent infringement proceedings concerning lithium-ion batteries for drones and smartphones.
  • A technology company in three proceedings regarding patent vindication claims over a portfolio of approx. 150 patents in numerous jurisdictions.
  • A leading medical device manufacturer in four parallel patent infringement proceedings concerning devices for dialysis treatment.
  • A sports company in patent infringement proceedings concerning an innovative helmet technology.
  • A leading lens manufacturer in preliminary injunction proceedings about intraocular lens injectors as well as in proceedings against a competitor relating to unfair advertising.