Jasper Hagenberg

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Jasper Hagenberg is a lawyer and Partner at Buse Heberer Fromm’s offices in Berlin and New York. He is admitted to practice in Germany (Berlin) and USA (State of New York).

After having practiced simultaneously in the field of corporate law for several years, especially advising publicly listed stock corporations in the entertainment, publishing and luxury goods industries, Jasper Hagenberg’s focus has entirely shifted to the field of intellectual property. His practice specializes in trademark, copyright and media law. As leader of the Intellectual Property practice group, Jasper Hagenberg mainly represents corporate clients, licensors and franchisors in trademark law, competition law and copyright matters both in and out of court. He also supports clients in the drafting and negotiation of contracts on a national and international scale.

Prior to joining Buse Heberer Fromm, Jasper Hagenberg worked for the foreign department of a large German bank, as well as in the legal department of an international medical device company. Between 2001 and 2006, Jasper Hagenberg lectured on national and international trademark law as Adjunct (Assistant) Professor at New York University (SCPS). Jasper Hagenberg is a regular speaker on trademark and copyright law at international conferences and events. As the author of Copyright (Germany) for Getting the Deal Through, he has been listed as a national expert for the years of 2015, 2016 and 2017, and as a leading franchise practitioner in Who’s Who Legal Franchise 2016 and 2017.

„Jasper Hagenberg is a prominent name in the German market. He receives endorsements from peers around the world for his expertise in competition and trademark law. He represents franchisors from a broad range of industries and is commended for his superb standard of client service.” (Who’s Who Legal Franchise 2017)

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Publications

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Copyright 2017, (published in June 2017; contributing editors: Andrew H Bart, Steven R Englund, Susan J Kohlmann and Andrew J Thomas, Jenner & Block LLP)

Getting the Deal Through – Copyright 2017

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Copyright 2016, (published in July 2016; contributing editors: Andrew H Bart, Steven R Englund and Susan J Kohlmann, Jenner & Block LLP)

Getting the Deal Through – Copyright 2016 – Germany

Jasper Hagenberg // Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel, Ausgabe 21, 21. Oktober 2015

Nicht jeder Teddy ist ein Bär

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Copyright 2015, (published in June 2015; contributing editors: Andrew H Bart, Steven R Englund and Susan J Kohlmann, Jenner & Block LLP).“

Getting the Deal Through – Copyright 2015 – Germany

Jasper Hagenberg // JUVE Rechtsmarkt, Ausgabe 09/14, S. 5

Interview zur EuGH-Entscheidung "Apple Stores"

Jasper Hagenberg (Co-Autor) // HV Magazin, 02/2013, S. 22 ff

„Eigenkapitalquote vs. Leverage-Effekt“

Jasper Hagenberg (Co-Autor) // HV Magazin, 02/2012, S. 10-11

"Bald ein Ende der Rechtsunsicherheit in Sicht?

Jasper Hagenberg (Co-Autor) // HV Magazin, 02/2010, S. 14 ff. 

"Hauptversammlungen zukünftig ohne Anwesenheit der Aktionäre"

Jasper Hagenberg (Co-Autor) // Going Public Magazin, 11/2009, S. 76-77

"Letzte Rettung vor dem Pflichtangebot nach § 35 WpÜG?"

Memberships

Lectures

  • “Enforcement of rights in Intellectual Property out of a lawyers perspective“, Seminar of the German Lawyers Association /GIZ/Robert Bosch Foundation, Kunming/China, 2016
  • “Contractual Provisions for Start-Up companies (GmbH)”, Seminar for Start-Up Entrepreneurs at the Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe (KIT), 2012
  • Adjunct (Assistant) Professor at NYU (SCPS), 2001 to 2006, lectures on national and international trademark law
  • “Convenient aspects of drawing up (Software)-contract arrangements”, Datalog Seminar, Munich, 2004
  • “IP protection in a global environment – a comparison of Community Trademarks (CTM) and Trademarks under US law”, CLE Seminar “Intellectual Property in the 21st Century”, NYU (SCPS) New York, 2002