Elisabeth advises clients in the automotive sector (suppliers, parts dealers, data publishers) on intellectual property law. She is also active in cartel damages cases across sectors.

Elisabeth focusses on matters of intellectual property law and unfair competition law. Additionally, she has particular expertise in cartel damages cases. She represents clients in dispute resolution in these fields both in and out of court.

Before joining Osborne Clarke, Elisabeth worked at a U.S. law firm in Cologne, where she specialized in intellectual property law and represented numerous clients in cartel damages cases. She also gained valuable in-house experience spending a secondment in the legal department of one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers.

Elisabeth studied law in Goettingen and obtained an LL.M. degree from the University of Birmingham, UK. She completed her legal traineeship in Berlin and at Europol in The Hague. Elisabeth was admitted to the Cologne bar in 2012.