Melanie Müller is an Associate on the Life Sciences and Health Law as well as the IP and IT teams.
She advises national and international companies as well as individuals on the full range of life sciences issues, including pharmaceuticals, data protection and administrative law matters, and represents clients before the courts and the authorities.
In addition, Melanie Müller specialises in advising national and international clients on intellectual property matters, focusing primarily on trademarks, copyright and licensing.
|2017||Attorney at law at Wenger Plattner|
|2015||Various temporary placements for an administrative body, at a law firm and at a private bank in Basel (2015-2016)|
|2014||Boston University School of Law (LL.M.)|
|2014||University of Basel (MLaw)|
|2012||University of Basel (BLaw)|
The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to: Copyright 2019
Melanie Müller / Yannick Hostettler, 5th Edition, London 2018, pp. 139-143
The Intellectual Property Review, Chapter 22 Switzerland
Andrea Strahm / Martina Braun / Yannick Hostettler / Melanie Müller, Seventh Edition, London 2018, pp. 264-275
Newsletter 1/18: When do you need trademark protection in addition to your business name?
Sometimes, persons setting up a company are confident that their business name is adequately protected by registering the company in the Commercial Register and believe that this sufficiently prevents third parties from using their name. This newsletter explains the implications of protecting a Business name and the circumstances in which it is advisable to also register a trademark.