Jeannette Lewandowski advises national and international clients in the field of intellectual property law with a focus on trademarks and designs. Her activities include, inter alia, the in-court as well as out-of-court enforcement of trademark and design infringements in the luxury and consumer goods sector, proceedings for preliminary injunctions as well as disputes before the General Court.
Ms. Lewandowski studied at the LMU Munich, majoring in "Competition Law, Intellectual Property and Media Law". Parallel to her studies, she worked in the legal department of one of the "Big Four" as well as in the IP-team of a major international law firm.
Ms. Lewandowski completed her legal clerkship at the District Court of Düsseldorf at the Chamber for Commercial Matters - Unfair Competition, Trademark and Design Law. Further stations of her legal clerkship led Ms. Lewandowski to the German Foreign Office in Berlin and to a corporate law firm in Rome. Parallel to her legal clerkship, Ms. Lewandowski worked for a major international law firm in the field of competition and antitrust law.
During her postgraduate studies in Amsterdam, Ms. Lewandowski obtained her LL.M. title with a trademark law thesis on "The EUTM: Brexit and its consequences".
Ms. Lewandowski was admitted to the bar in 2021 and has worked for Meissner Bolte since then.