Dr Gisela Grabow, LL.M.
Dr Gisela Grabow focuses on cross-border projects and contractual, regulatory and EU law issues for clients in the areas of pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices and automotive.
Gisela completed her graduate and postgraduate studies at universities in England, Germany and The Hague and worked as a legal trainee in Germany and London prior to a period as a temporary lawyer in Texas.
International and European commercial laws, including intellectual property law and EU law and the international and European laws on dispute resolution (resolution of cross-border issues) were the cornerstones of her graduate and postgraduate studies (exams and LL.M.) and her doctoral studies.
Principal at Maiwald
Senior Associate at Maiwald
Associate at Maiwald
Legal traineeship and legal consultant positions at an international organisation
Doctoral studies (Dr. iur.) in Germany and England
Legal traineeship and Temporary Lawyer (Foreign Services) in Texas
|Graduate and Postgraduate Studies in Law at universities in Germany, England and the Netherlands, examinations and LPC|
- Negotiation and drafting of international contracts
- EU regulatory affairs (pharma, medical devices, biotech and food)
- Support in cross-border cartel and competition law proceedings
Commentaries on, for example:
- EU Commission Consultation on „Measures on animal cloning for food production in the EU“, Regulation No. 258/97 concerning novel foods and novel food ingredients
- EU Commission Consultation on ‘Genetically modified crops’
- EU Commission Consultation on a possible extension of geographical indication protection of the European Union to non-agricultural products which is named “Making the most out of Europe’s traditional know-how”
- „A review of the EU regime for the fruit and vegetables sector - public consultation on policy options and their impact assessment“
- EU Commission consultation on “Evaluation of the activities of the EU Intellectual Property Office related to enforcement and the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights (Regulation No 386/2012)”
- EU Consultation on the Report and Analysis of the Application of Directive 2004/48/EC
- Proposed regulation increasing transparency at the EFSA threatens IP, Managing Intellectual Property, 04/2019
German and English (bilingual), French