Martina Braun is a senior associate and a member of the IP and IT team. She advises and represents companies, foundations and individuals on all aspects of intellectual property law and information technology, with a particular focus on copyright, trademarks and data protection. Her key area of expertise is advising on contract law. She also deals with various questions related to personality rights.
Martina Braun completed her doctoral thesis on copyright law and worked at the Centre for Business Law at the University of Lausanne.
|2012||Attorney at Law Wenger Plattner|
|2010||University of Lausanne (Dr. iur.)|
|2008||Law clerk at the District Court of Uster|
|2006||Research assistant at the CEDIDAC (Center of Business Law) at the University of Lausanne|
|2005||University of Lausanne (lic. iur.)|
GLI - Pricing & Reimbursement 2019
Every resident in Switzerland is mandatorily obliged to be covered by basic healthcare insurance which provides for a wide range of services. Persons with lower incomes are, in principle, granted reductions on the premiums payable for such basic healthcare insurance. Thus, every resident in Switzerland is granted access to affordable healthcare. In general, therapeutic products are only reimbursed if they are listed on the so-called specialty list. In order to be listed thereon, a medicinal product must be admitted by the competent Swiss authority, and has to satisfy the criteria of effectiveness, functionality and economic efficiency, based on which the maximum price for the therapeutic product in question is determined.
The Intellectual Property Review, Chapter 20 Switzerland
Andrea Strahm / Martina Braun / Yannick Hostettler / Melanie Müller, Eighth Edition, London 2019, pp. 248-259
LexisNexis® M&A Law Guide 2019
The sixth annual complimentary guide to understanding M&A practices around the world with an Asia-Pacific focus
The Intellectual Property Review, Chapter 22 Switzerland
Andrea Strahm / Martina Braun / Yannick Hostettler / Melanie Müller, Seventh Edition, London 2018, pp. 264-275
GLI – Pricing & Reimbursement 2018
Every resident in Switzerland is mandatorily obliged to be covered by basic healthcare insurance which provides for a wide range of services. Persons with lower incomes are in principle granted reductions on the premiums payable for such basic healthcare insurance. Thus, every resident in Switzerland is granted access to affordable healthcare.
Totalrevision des GUMG
In: LES Newsletter 1-18, Zürich 2018
LexisNexis Mergers & Acquisitions Law Guide 2018
Jurisdictional Q&A - Switzerland
Newsletter 4/17: EU General Data Protection Regulation: Implications for Swiss businesses
Extensive efforts are currently underway to bring data protection law in line with rapid technological developments. These initiatives include the new General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) which applies within the EU from 25 May 2018. Although the EU GDPR is not directly applicable in Switzerland, many Swiss businesses fall within its scope. This newsletter outlines the impact of the EU GDPR on Swiss businesses and what action they need to take.
Challenges and key aspects of life sciences M&A in Switzerland
in: Thomson Reuters, Practical Law, Global Life Sciences Guide 2017
Le droit moral de l’artiste interprète (in French)
In: ASR 770, Dissertation Lausanne, Bern 2010
Actualités du droit des contrats, le contrat à la croisée des chemins
In: CEDIDAC 77, Lausanne 2008 (Editor)
E-banking et e-trading, Les activités bancaires en ligne et le commerce des valeurs mobilières sur le Net (in French)
In: CEDIDAC 75, Lausanne 2007 (Editor)